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Lawyers for fired human resources director David A. Fabrizio and for the city have submitted their final briefs to State Supreme Court and they are awaiting a judge's ruling on Fabrizio's claim that he was denied his rights as a veteran by being dismissed without a hearing.

City lawyers denied that Fabrizio had any rights to a hearing and contended that he has not proven that his military service met the criteria to make him eligible for veteran status.

Fabrizio's lawyer, Richard G. Collins, countered that the city had not proven that Fabrizio is not an eligible veteran and submitted affidavits from the members of the Civil Service Commission backing his claim that he was entitled to formal notice of the charges against him and an opportunity for a hearing before he could be fired.

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