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We offer proactive legal counsel to protect you against Boards of Nursing disciplinary action against your RN or LVN license.
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“I hired Nicole to help me with reinstatement of my professional license. I needed someone with experience with Administrative hearings as my original hearing with a criminal defense lawyer didn’t go good at all. I found Nicole and she was great, she explained and knew the process and I felt very prepared of what to …Read More
“I am beyond grateful and blessed to have been able to find Nicole and have her help me deal with a complaint made from an employer to the Board of Nursing. I’m so glad I was able to find someone who specialized in protecting nurses and to see how professional, kind, and compassionate she was …Read More
If you are applying for a new RN or LVN license with a prior conviction that’s more than 7 years old, you may want to hold off until July 2020. A new law AB 2138 passed, but does not take effect, until July 1, 2020, that closes a HUGE loophole in the existing policy for …Read More
Nurses who hold multiple licenses in various states, or who have both LVN and RN licenses, often assume that if the license is inactive they don’t have to report convictions, worry about investigations or be concerned about license discipline. Unfortunately, this is not the case. Any nursing license, active or not, can be investigated and …Read More
“Can I Be a Nurse Practitioner With A DUI?” If you have a DUI, you will be able to get your NP license. If you are already a nurse, you will be able to keep your NP license following a DUI. However, there are caveats to both that you need to know. STUDENT NURSES APPLYING …Read More
Often, Nurse Practitioners hold another license, like an LVN license or a CNA license and so when faced with an Accusation from the BRN calling for the revocation of their NP license, some nurses figure they will just surrender one and use the other. The problem is that if a nurse surrenders a license following …Read More
Had it not been for Nichole‘s believing in the merits of my case even though I truly believed in my innocence I never would’ve found the courage to move forth with the trial. As a result of her representation all my charges were ultimately dismissed and court fees totaling $14,000 that the …Read More
There is a term used specifically for a Nurse Practitioner accused of stealing medication, it is called diverting, and it happens so often that there is an entire program established by the BRN for such nurses. That program is the Diversion or Intervention Program. Nurses are actually more familiar with the term diversion or diverting …Read More
In many cases, if a nurse or nurse practitioner is suspected of committing a violation, the BRN Disciplinary Process will begin with an investigation. Investigation A BRN investigator will send you a letter asking to meet with you and request that you sign a waiver and release so that they may look into your file …Read More
Attorney Nicole Valentine handled one case for me which had a professional and criminal component. Each case was dismissed. For the criminal I had to do 30 hours of community service but six charges were dismissed without any fines before pretrial. The board withdrew the case after Nicole’s motion. She is so detailed, easy to …Read More
At the criminal level, there is not much difference between a DUI and a Wet and Reckless in California. Both will result in a point on your DMV record, both require a fine, both require DUI classes, and both are a misdemeanor criminal conviction requiring probation. So why is it SOOOOO important to a nurse …Read More
An Accusation from the Board of Registered Nursing (BRN) is an attempt to revoke an NP license and is usually the last step in an accusation of Gross Negligence. They do not just pop up out of nowhere and there will be many indicators before the Accusation from the BRN is eventually served on the …Read More