Hamilton Violation Case Study

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The City of Dallas the appellant terminated Ronald Hamilton the appellee for violation of the public trust and insubordination, stemming from an original arrest of Hamilton for Organized Crime in gambling activities. Upon termination, Hamilton requested a Civil Service Trial for wrongful termination. The trial board ruled that Hamilton did violate the City of Dallas Personnel Rules of insubordination and disregard of public department rules. The trial board also found that Hamilton did not violate Department Rules relating to conduct unbecoming a member of the department and conduct resulting in justified unfavorable criticism. The trial board reviewed the correctness of the disciplinary action on the part of the city, which concluded in the
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