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When you rightfully referenced the "statute of limitations"

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When you rightfully referenced the "statute of limitations" I am adhering to the calendar prescribed by the Admin Process I was compelled to follow, including a Merit Systems Protection Board Hearing that severely limited what issues I could address. Now that I have completed that process, and have conformed to the deadlines imposed, I am in District Court as a matter of Appeal. I am also addressing issues that organization declined to address even though I presented proof of violations.

At some juncture, will the USAO schedule a meeting to address issues prior to Discovery? I presume they will want to obtain a better understanding of issues and evidence that might cause them to seek settlement -- or am I too optimistic?
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Legal
Expert:  Law Educator, Esq. replied 4 years ago.
Thank you for your response and new question.

The statute of limitations for criminal prosecution is not dependent on your administrative process, even though you might have reported them to the employer and the employer took no action. If the criminal violations are outside of the statute of limitations for criminal prosecutions, then the US Attorney cannot prosecute them and what they do for representation in the case depends on the evidence they find in their investigation.

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Customer: replied 4 years ago.

I would like to know your thoughts and experience with future meetings I might have with the USAO -- as I asked at the end of my last submittal to you.

Expert:  Law Educator, Esq. replied 4 years ago.
Thank you for your response.

If the US Attorney calls for a meeting, it is generally to discuss what you want in settlement, as they do not call meetings for you to dismiss your case or for no reason in a civil case. If they want more evidence or proof from you, they will do that by sending you a request for production or other discovery such as a deposition. They are not prone to just scheduling an informal meeting to get more information from you as they simply do not have the time and they really dislike handling civil cases. If there is a meeting to discuss discovery that would be a status conference or discovery conference or a Rule 16 conference with the judge and not just you and the US Attorney.
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