Fighting the FAA on an Intentional Falsification Charge

Fighting the FAA on an intentional falsification charge may sound like a daunting task if you are a pilot or A&P mechanic facing certificate revocation. When the FAA catches wind that for example a certificate holder provided false information on a FAA medical application or allegedly falsified information in a logbook, the FAA will typically issue an Emergency Order of Revocation, stripping the certificate holder of his or her airman, mechanic, or medical certificate for a year and authorizing re-certification only after that year has been exhausted. (more…)