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Can a judge in any judicial process under any circumstance change, substitute, modify, interchange, exchange, a charge not brought by a prosecutor or Employer YES or NO, how
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Parg. #8 and tell me if "Failure to Follow" is the reason for my removal.
Hamilton v USPS 1996 Footnote  We similarly modify other Board cases that may be read as explicitly or implicitly equating a charge of failure to follow supervisory instructions with a charge of insubordination. E.g., Cowins v. Department of Veterans Affairs, 64 M.S.P.R. 551, 554, 557-58 (1994); Gatling v. National Transportation Safety Board, 17 M.S.P.R. 43, 48 (1983), aff'd, 758 F.2d 667 (Fed. Cir.