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After-Hours Drunk Driving? Yes, it’s Unprofessional Conduct

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One of the cases described by Kentucky board counsel Cheryl Lalonde was decided August 25, 2009 by the Court of Appeal of California, Third Appellate District. The ruling (Louis H. Watson v. The Superior Court of Sacramento County, Medical Board of California) involved a surgeon who had several DUI violations…

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Expunging Criminal Records, Step By Step

By Blog, DUI
Background Information What is an expungement? An expungement reopens your criminal case, dismisses and sets aside the conviction, and re-closes the case without a conviction. In effect, you are no longer a convicted person. However, the case record itself will still exist, and the expungement will appear on your record....
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California Registered Nurse Challenges BRN License Revocation Resulting From DUI Conviction

By DUI, Nursing
California Board of Registered Nursing License Defense Lawyers Alcohol-related criminal offenses, such as driving under the influence (DUI) - sometimes known as driving while intoxicated (DWI) - account for a large number of the professional license defense cases our California Administrative Law attorneys handle for registered nurses, physicians and other...
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Traditional licensing: Storm clouds ahead?

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The traditional appointed board model for regulating the professions has been a fixture of state government for well over a century. But new models of delivering services, plus a pro-competition climate at the state and federal level, may be threatening the classic regulatory structure. The February 25 U.S. Supreme Court…

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