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Are you in a union? You mention grieving but some use the term incorrectly.
Your legal right is to have a full investigation which includes the right to have your story heard and your being able to fully answer to any allegations made against you.
You also have the right to a fair decision making process which means that people who are not at all biased must make the decision about how you should be disciplined, if at all.
If you are not afforded these rights then the decision-making process is not fair and you can sue for damages.
Does that answer your question?
I most assuredly do wish you the best of luck.
Unfortunately , if they are saying that you are being dismissed for cause you are not entitled to any termination pay and so you will need to retain a lawyer if that is the case because you are going to have to sue them.
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