Letter of Public Reprimand From Board Of Nursing

A Letter of Public Reprimand from the BRN or Board of Registered Nursing is a fantastic result, and one that is getting more difficult to achieve. If you are faced with an Accusation against your RN license, there are only a few options available to you: 1.) the case gets dropped (this occurs in 18 …

What is a BRN Hearing and Do I Have to Go?

There are two types of BRN Hearings: 1 is similar to a typical courtroom proceeding, the other is more like being a contestant on Chopped. The type of BRN Hearing you will have to attend will depend upon what the BRN is disciplining you for or what you are requesting. When the BRN Hearing is …

BRN Attorney- RN License Defense

BRN Attorney- RN license defense If you are a registered nurse facing license discipline or investigation from the BRN, the attorney you choose really matters. You need a BRN attorney: attorneys who are laser-focused on defending RNs from BRN action. This may seem so apparent that it shouldn’t require an entire blog piece, but I …

RN License Defense Attorneys- The Lawyer Matters

If you are a registered nurse facing license discipline or investigation from the BRN, the attorney you choose really matters. You need  RN License Defense Attorneys and no one else. This may seem so apparent that it shouldn’t warrant an entire blog piece, but I often get calls from RNs wanting a second opinion, an …

Why a Wet Reckless Instead of a DUI is Critical for a Nurse

A wet reckless conviction looks almost exactly the same on paper as a DUI does, so why is it so important for a registered nurse to push for this result at the criminal level?… three little letters: BRN. A wet reckless is still a misdemeanor criminal conviction. Anyone looking at your criminal history will be …

What is the California’s Board of Nursing (BRN) Disciplinary Process?

BRN Disciplinary Process The following is a non-exhaustive list of reasons the CA BRN may discipline your RN License. The recommended discipline in ALL of the following cases is revocation or suspension of the RN license. Incompetence or gross negligence. To direct another or to personally falsify and/or make grossly incorrect, grossly inconsistent, or unintelligible entries …