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Why should a California Registered Nurse hire an administrative law attorney who specializes in RN licensing AND Criminal defense? Here’s why: April 2015 RN’s Blood Alcohol Content: .12% BAC, Criminal Result: Wet & Reckless Conviction. Likely BRN Outcome: Citation and Fine. RN’s Blood Alcohol Content: .14% BAC with a collision, Criminal Result: DUI Conviction. BRN …Read More
Too Many Organizations, All the Same Benefits. With over 400 Nursing Associations in CA competing for members, do yours still see you as relevant? Annual conferences for CE’s are expensive and time consuming. Networking opportunities have been replaced with online ‘social networking’ Newsletters are becoming obsolete- info is dispensed instantly via blogs and other mediums …Read More
Recently, our criminal defense DUI attorneys have been getting some pretty stellar results for our California Registered Nursing clients: LA County DUI arrest for driving under the influence of .08% or more, reduced to a “wet and reckless,”no requirement for an interlock device and 3 years informal court probation. These are the results we dream …Read More
Recent RN DUI Defense Attorney Results Recent RN DUI Defense Results Recently, our criminal defense DUI attorneys have been getting some pretty stellar results for our California Registered Nursing clients: LA County DUI arrest for driving under the influence of .08% or more, reduced to a “wet and reckless,” no requirement for an interlock device …Read More
What to do to ENSURE you get your RN License. The shortest answer to this question is the quintessential legal answer: “it depends,” but that answer is infuriating; so bear with me and I will really answer your question and tell you exactly WHAT it depends upon and clue you in on a big secret. …Read More
7 most frequently asked questions CA nurses ask about a recent DUI arrest 1.Q: I am an RN who just got arrested for a DUI, what should I do to best protect my CA RN license? A: You should hire an attorney to represent you at the criminal level with the DUI who understands how …Read More
This post will be a little different than my others. I’m not going to offer any great advice or offer any tips. Today, I just need to say that I am saddened and dismayed by the Board of Registered Nursing process and the decisions that they make. Today, two career Registered Nurses are going to …Read More
Registered Nurse Receives a Citation and Fine From BRN For a DUI Conviction with a .13% BAC If this is the first article that you’ve come across regarding a Citation and Fine for a DUI conviction from the CA Board of Registered Nursing, you may not understand the magnitude of this article. However, if you’ve …Read More
New “Unprofessional Conduct” Regulations For BRN Investigations and Conviction Disclosures On July, 23rd 2014 new regulations went into effect expanding the ways California RN’s can be accused of Unprofessional Conduct. The first is failure to provide requested documents within 15 days (or the time specified), the second is failure to participate in a BRN or …Read More
Immediate Suspension of a RN License at a Criminal Trial? What Happened to Due Process? I received a call from a California Registered Nurse the other day who had received something out of the ordinary from the Board of Registered Nursing. The document the RN received was titled: NOTICE OF APPEARANCE AND RECOMMENDATION BY STATE …Read More
How We Handle the Letter of Investigation from the BRN or the Department of Consumer Affairs Regarding Your RN License. Let’s look at the alternative if you decide to have representation during the Investigative Interview process: (To see how this process goes without an attorney, click here ) You open your mail and there is the …Read More
What to Do If You’ve Received a Letter of Investigation from the BRN or the Department of Consumer Affairs Regarding Your RN License. Let me just put this out there right away: DO NOT CALL THEM BACK OR SCHEDULE THE INTERVIEW without calling us first. Here’s why: Nurses as whole are the kindest group of …Read More