Is a national review panel, as opposed to the jurisdiction that handled the original crash/violation, needed to decide carriers' DataQs decision appeals?

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  • Diesel Dietz - 3 years ago

    I was given both citation and warning for the same infraction. I was found not guilty and filed dataQ that I had to pay for. After being decided by a judge that I was innocent I still had to pay for dataQ process that eventually took off the citation but continued to report the warning. This kept me from being hired. What happen to DUE PROCESS?

  • John Larick - 3 years ago

    If the officer writes the citation, what makes us think that he's going to change it when we DataQ It.

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