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August 10, 2010

Security records were properly admitted into evidence by disciplinary hearing officer

Security records were properly admitted into evidence by disciplinary hearing officer
Peil v Beirne, 72 AD3d 1095*

In this appeal the Appellate Division held:

1. Security records were properly admitted into evidence by disciplinary hearing officer.

2. The existence of another, alternative rational conclusion does not warrant annulment of the appointing authority’s conclusion that Peil was guilty of the charges preferred against him, citing Incorporated Vill. of Lake Success v New York State Public Employment Relations Board, 41 AD3d 599.

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