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Singleton v. Babbitt, No. 09-1117

By FindLaw Staff on December 09, 2009 | Last updated on March 21, 2019

In a petition for review of the FAA's revocation of petitioner's medical certificate and pilot's license after finding that he gave an intentionally false answer on his application for the certificate, the petition is granted where the National Transportation Safety Board: 1) wrongly suggested that petitioner's understanding of the form was irrelevant to the offense of intentional falsification; and 2) granted summary judgment to the FAA without giving petitioner a chance to present evidence bearing on that understanding.

Read Singleton v. Babbitt, No. 09-1117

Appellate Information

Argued October 6, 2009

Decided December 8, 2009


Per Curiam


For Petitioner:

Kathleen A. Yodice, Washington, DC

For Respondent:

Agnes M. Rodriguez, Peter J. Lynch and Laura R. Ponto, Federal Aviation Administration, Washington, DC

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