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I will receive dozens of phone calls over the next month from nurses who have been arrested for a DUI. The holiday parties and dinners with friends, the glasses of wine and champagne and SO MUCH FOOD and needing to be a million places at once create the perfect cocktail for disaster. Not one of …Read More
If you are a California Registered Nurse or LVN looking for a DUI and RN license defense attorney, you may feel overwhelmed with the choices. There are tens of thousands of DUI attorneys in California. There are thousands of professional license defense attorneys, as well. How do you choose? If you are a RN or …Read More
5.0 stars Posted by anonymous November 1, 2017 Calling Nicole Valentine was the smartest thing I could have done. Being a new grad with past convictions, I knew I would have numerous hoops to jump through in order to receive my license. Nicole walked me through the whole process and explained all possible outcomes. I …Read More
Miracle Worker 5.0 stars Posted by Maryann October 22, 2017 I am a nurse who got into deep legal trouble that not only threatened my license but also my freedom. I have never been more scared than I was the day I got a voicemail from a detective from the LA Sheriff’s Department. I knew …Read More
Our stellar DUI Defense and RN License Defense Attorney, Helen Fong, just won a citation and fine from the California BRN for our RN client who was arrested for a DUI. The client was able to secure a conviction of a wet and reckless in lieu of a DUI, and because we were able to represent …Read More
Guardian Angel 5.0 stars Posted by anonymous September 29, 2017 It was October of last year when I received a complaint about my license and I received a letter that they were investigating me for that and when an investigator on behalf of BRN contacted me through mail. I didn’t know what to expect but …Read More
Hey I just wanted to thank you for everything! I also wrote a review…. In March of 2017 I was driving home from San Francisco and was pulled over for speeding; As soon as I saw those lights in my rear view I knew I was in trouble, as I had been drinking. I was …Read More
If your RN license was revoked, you can petition for reinstatement if you have met a few critical criteria: you’ve waited either 1 or 3 years, you have some evidence of rehabilitation and you have continued with your CE courses. Registered nurses will lose their RN licenses for 2 reasons: 1.) they voluntarily surrender the …Read More
5.0 stars Posted by singh September 15, 2017 Helen is a wonderful lawyer. she helped me throughout the whole process of my case. very knowledgeable and supportive. actually she did the impossible to possible for me.i just got citation and fine instead of any disciplinary action by BRN, which i never expected.i am really thankful …Read More
Nurses are one of the very few professional license holders who must worry more about their LVN licenses than their driver’s licenses, when they are arrested for a DUI. The Board of Licensed Vocational Nursing (BLVNPT) can revoke a LVN license for a first time DUI arrest. If you are a LVN with a recent …Read More
These are the stories that break my heart, as the owner of a company that defends nurses’ licenses. I received a call from a LVN today who is on probation and has had a petition to revoke probation filed against her. She is definitely in jeopardy of losing her LVN license and there is absolutely …Read More
If you are applying for a RN license and have a past arrest that was “dismissed” by the courts, you probably still have to disclose it to the Board of Registered Nursing (BRN). Disclosure of a dismissed court case is a very murky, grey area of law and one that you have to get right …Read More