Registered Nurse challenges BRN license revocation resulting from DUI conviction

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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…

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“Conditional suspension” not an option while psychologist’s criminal appeal pending

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A Board of Psychology did not err in choosing to revoke a psychologist’s license once it learned that a conditional indefinite suspension, with jurisdiction to revoke, was not possible, the…

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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…

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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….

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