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I was wondering if I had a case against my Community College for wrongful termination. I was terminated on Monday May 6th, 2013. I believe I was wrongfully terminated since they did not follow the necessary procedures. I was working for the Disabled Students Programs & Services Department for about a year. They would be the ones to file all the proper paperwork in order for me to be terminated right? The ones who terminated me were the campus police and an employer cannot fire you for any reason until proven guilty by law right? I'm going through an issue aside from this which is being taken care of through the necessary procedures. Do I have a case against the college for wrongful termination? I have not received any charges for anything. Your input would be greatly appreciated. Thank you
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