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We all know there is a ton of “fake news” on the internet. Advice that pertains to an LVN license defense after an arrest or allegation of diversion is no exception. Follow below as we discuss a few of the biggest lies regarding LVN license defense and BVNPT (Board of Vocational Nursing & Psychiatric Technicians) …Read More
There are two types of BVNPT hearings: one is like Law and Order, the other is more like being a contestant on Chopped. The type of BVNPT hearing you will have to attend will depend upon what the BVNPT is disciplining you for or what you are requesting. When the BVNPT Hearing is Like Law …Read More
Are you filling out your LVN License Application with a past conviction? It’s that time of year again, classes are wrapping up and student nurses are getting ready to fill out their LVN license applications when they realize that they must disclose a past conviction to the BVNPT. This always causes a bit of panic, …Read More
Ever wondered what you can do if your LVN license application is denied? Appeal the denial! There are probably one of four reasons your LVN license was denied during the initial application to the Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians: You have been convicted of a misdemeanor or felony You didn’t disclose a conviction …Read More
This is a unicorn, folks. Dismissals do not happen with the BRN, especially in DUI cases and especially if the BRN is pushing for all 19 probation requirements! But here, at least Unicorns do exist and the mythical result is true. Eryn was arrested for a DUI, even though she was never charged and never convicted. The BRN …Read More
5.0 stars Posted by anonymous February 8, 2018 I’m a Registered Nurse in CA, going on eight years now. I made a big mistake in my life. I drove under the influence of alcohol, received a DUI in July 2016, and was convicted in January 2017. I blew a 0.14 and my blood alcohol content …Read More
This testimonial from our client speaks for itself. We representing this nurse with his disclosure and then again when the BRN filed an Accusation in an attempt to revoke his RN License. 5.0 stars Posted by Maunish March 4, 2018 Nicole is a very knowledgeable attorney. She helped me get a public reproval from the …Read More
If your LVN license was revoked, you can petition for reinstatement if you have met a few critical criteria: you’ve waited either 1 or 3 years, you have some evidence of rehabilitation, and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. Vocational nurses will lose their LVN licenses for 2 reasons: 1.) They voluntarily surrender the …Read More
As a licensed vocational nurse, your first clue that the Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians may be getting involved with your LVN license starts with your employer placing you on administrative leave while they conduct an internal investigation into charting mistakes or missing medications. If you are a nurse who has been placed …Read More
If you’ve received an accusation against your LVN license from the California BVNPT, there are a few things you must know; the most important being that you very likely won’t have your nursing license revoked or suspended, despite what it says. WHAT DOES THE ACCUSATION MEAN? An accusation against your LVN license means that the …Read More
If you are applying for an LVN license and have a past arrest that was “dismissed” by the courts, you probably still have to disclose it to the Board of Vocational Nursing & Psychiatric Technicians (BVNPT). Disclosure of a dismissed court case is a very murky, grey area of law and one that you have …Read More
For Licensed Vocational Nurses arrested for a DUI, remember the number 3. There are 3 moving parts to every DUI for a nurse: The Criminal DUI, the DMV or the Driver’s License, and the BVNPT with your LVN license. There are also 3 determining factors of the DUI that have the biggest impact on how …Read More