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I was "adjudicated as mentally defective" in June of 2012 after I admitted myself to the VA hospital. I never had a chance to say I would stay their voluntarily, so the hospital sent a letter to my county, which made the adjudication. Six months later, I was let go by my employer because I had lost my Top Secret clearance.
When I asked the government's OPM why, they said it was because of the adjudication. I had never known about this until I lost my job, since I was only in he hospital for 8 days. I never had a chance to defend myself in court either.
How can I petition to have this removed?
I've contacted 33 lawyers and the ACLU to try to find someone to help me, but no one has, so I don't expect any lawyers on this site to respond to this (Even though I do have money)It should be worth noting too that the VA had me on 8-10 psychiatric drugs at the time I was hospitalized. I felt that the meds were causing the issues, and I stopped taking them after I got out, and VA medical records clearly state that my conditions have gotten MUCH better since then. I don't think my work career should go down the drain due to medications that severely altered my behavior. Just talk to me and you'll clearly see I'm not crazy and that you have a good chance of winning this case. Don't be scared of this case! I know many layers don't want to take it because it isn't criminal, and they'll have to do a lot of research on mental health laws. Can I file a petition or appeal? Please help a Marine Corps OIF Veteran!