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Can I get hired as a LVN with a DUI? Short answer: Of course! Long Answer: probably, but it will not be the most desirable job, it will depend on what the BVNPT has done to your LVN license and whether that is public record and whether you have to disclose it to the employer- …Read More
An Accusation from the Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians (BVNPT) is an attempt to revoke a LVN 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 BVNPT is eventually …Read More
Drug Diversion If you have, or are suspected of diverting medication from your employer, “Drug Diversion” can mean 2 separate things. The first is following a criminal investigation and prosecution, you are offered Drug Diversion from the courts or what is known as a deferred judgment (CA Penal Code 1000). A deferred judgment means that …Read More
2018 is shaping up to be a banner year for RN Guardian and our clients. RN license defense attorneys Nicole Valentine and Helen Fong are getting some FANTASTIC results. We’ve secured 2 citations and fines for DUI convictions: 1 with a BAC of .18% and the other with a .15%. We took a DUI case to …Read More
My RN Gaurdian 5.0 stars Posted by Johnsel December 14, 2017 27 Years old and got my first DUI. I was terrified of loosing my RN License especially cause my B.A.C. was so high. Nicole was realistic and honest with me explaining the severity of my situation. She was calm and collected and guided me …Read More
5.0 stars Posted by anonymous December 8, 2017 Ms. Helen Fong was incredibly knowledgeable about the BRN and the laws associated with it. She helped me through the application process, which was grueling for someone with a past misconduct. Even though the process took over 6 months (thanks to a unnamed Sheriffs Department), she was …Read More
5.0 stars Posted by anonymous December 7, 2017 After 10 years of being a RN, I received an accusation from the Board of Registered Nursing (BRN) for the first time in my career. The thought of losing everything I had worked so hard for was the scariest thing in my life. Fortunately, I found RN …Read More
5.0 stars Posted by anonymous December 9, 2017 Nicole Valentine with Goyette & Associates is a fantastic attorney. Nicole is straight forward, professional, prompt, and very knowledgeable in her area of profession. Nicole never missed a beat when it came to attending to my legal matters. Nicole returned every phone call, text, and email promptly. …Read More
5.0 stars Posted by Dolores December 12, 2017 Helen always treated me with absolute professionalism, courtesy, and respect! I would absolutely recommend her / RN Guardian to Any NURSE in need of DUI Assistance. They supported & reassured me every step of the way!Read More
5.0 stars Posted by anonymous December 11, 2017 I received a Wet and Wreckless at the beginning of this year, and was terrified about how it would affect my RN license. By pure luck I came across RN Guardian and Helen was assigned to my case. Both Jennifer and Helen were very knowledgeable about the …Read More
If you are a licensed vocational nurse and have been recently accused of diverting medication, there are only 2 scenarios: 1.) you did it, 2.) you didn’t. I have seen a great deal of both and neither of the scenarios are so great for the LVN. REPORTED TO THE BVNPT If you have been accused …Read More
1.Q: I am an LVN 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 for the DUI. The attorney needs to understand how this DUI is going to impact your vocational nursing license. …Read More