Citation and Fine from BRN with a DUI

Can I Get a Citation and Fine from the BRN with a DUI Conviction? YES, YOU CAN! There is a caveat, however… you should probably use us to help you. Our newest results are in from our panel attorneys and they are nothing short of AMAZING!!! If there was a ever a doubt in your …

A RN – DUI Testimonial So Great You’d Think We Paid For It

  From: Jonathan XXXXXXX Sent: Friday, September 02, 2016 10:43 AM To: Jennifer Coalson <[email protected]> Subject: Re: Request for expungement Hi Jennifer, Would you please check if it is time for me to renew my RNGuardian membership? I’d like to renew it and continue to receive stellar service (no other organization could compare) from your …

Another Positive RN Guardian Testimonial!

Another Positive RN Guardian Testimonial! Jennifer, You most likely don’t remember me. My name is Kerstin and I was charged with a DUI for prescription medications and other crimes against humanity. (LOL) I would just like to advise all the nurses out there to talk with you before taking any actions. Receiving a diversion letter …

Newest Nurse DUI and RN License Results

Newest Nurse DUI and RN License Results 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 …

Recent RN DUI Defense Attorney Results

Recent RN DUI Defense Attorney 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 and 3 years informal court probation. …

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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 and 3 years informal court probation. These are the results we dream about. We will assist our client in disclosing this conviction to the BRN, which will VERY LIKELY result in a citation and fine being issued from the BRN in lieu of any formal disciplinary action against our client’s license.
San Diego County DUI arrest with relatively high BAC, plead no contest to a stipulation of .12% BAC, resulting in lesser penalties during probation. What’s more, when disclosed to the Board of Licensed Vocational Nursing (BLVNPT) the .12% conviction resulted in no action and we expect a citation and fine upon disclosure of the conviction to the BRN.
DMV Hearing Win Complete set aside of the license suspension after utilizing an expert forensic toxicologist and having the breath results thrown out. This will hopefully result in the DA agreeing to a “wet & reckless” and our client will be issued only a citation and fine against their RN License from the BRN.

A Sad Day For Nursing In California

A Sad Day For Nursing In California 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 regarding …