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If your RN license was revoked, you can petition for reinstatement if you have met a few critical criteria: you’ve waited either 1 or 3 years, you have some evidence of rehabilitation and you have continued with your CE courses. Registered nurses will lose their RN licenses for 2 reasons: 1.) they voluntarily surrender the …Read More
5.0 stars Posted by singh September 15, 2017 Helen is a wonderful lawyer. she helped me throughout the whole process of my case. very knowledgeable and supportive. actually she did the impossible to possible for me.i just got citation and fine instead of any disciplinary action by BRN, which i never expected.i am really thankful …Read More
Nurses are one of the very few professional license holders who must worry more about their LVN licenses than their driver’s licenses, when they are arrested for a DUI. The Board of Licensed Vocational Nursing (BLVNPT) can revoke a LVN license for a first time DUI arrest. If you are a LVN with a recent …Read More
These are the stories that break my heart, as the owner of a company that defends nurses’ licenses. I received a call from a LVN today who is on probation and has had a petition to revoke probation filed against her. She is definitely in jeopardy of losing her LVN license and there is absolutely …Read More
If you are applying for a RN license and have a past arrest that was “dismissed” by the courts, you probably still have to disclose it to the Board of Registered Nursing (BRN). Disclosure of a dismissed court case is a very murky, grey area of law and one that you have to get right …Read More
In April, 2015 a California Registered Nurse had her license revoked as a result of a DUI for Ambien when all she should have received was a citation and fine from the BRN. While the Accusation and Revocation Order are public documents and you and anyone else can find them on the BRN’s website, attached …Read More
Our RN License Defense Attorneys have accomplished the impossible and have received a BRN Citation and Fine on a .22 DUI! The extra exclamation points are needed and appropriate since our best result prior to this was a Citation and Fine on a .17% BAC DUI for one of our nurse clients. This is not …Read More
For Registered Nurses arrested for a DUI, remember the number 3. There are 3 moving parts to every DUI for a nurse: The Criminal DUI, the DMV or the Driver’s License and the BRN with your RN license. There are also 3 determining factors of the DUI that have the biggest impact on how the …Read More
Joining the BRN’s Diversion or Intervention Program is voluntary, so it makes sense that you can also withdraw from the Diversion program at any time, right? Of course, but not without serious consequences. Why Nurses Join Diversion Nurses join Diversion or Intervention for a number of reasons: they were diverting medication from their employer and …Read More
Appeal the denial! There are probably one of four reasons your RN license was denied during the initial application: you have been convicted of a misdemeanor or felony, you didn’t disclose a conviction when you should have, you are applying for endorsement with past out of state license discipline or you had another license that …Read More
If you received a letter from the BRN, it is either because you’ve received notice you are being licensed as a Registered Nurse, it is time to renew your RN license, or there is trouble brewing. The California Board of Registered Nursing really only sends out mail for the following reasons: confirmation of licensure renewal …Read More
It is amazing how many searches there are on Google for “can you have a DUI and be a nurse?” While I can only speak to prospective nurses in California, the answer is YES! In fact, we have helped thousands of nurses get and keep their RN licenses, following a DUI. The Board of Registered …Read More