The Board of Registered Nursing in California regulates the licensing and practice of registered nurses and certified advanced practice nurses. If you’re a registered nurse or certified advanced practice nurse who has been arrested for DUI in Southern, your professional nursing license is at risk of being suspended or even revoked.
The board will take a number of things into consideration following the conviction of a misdemeanor or felony. First and foremost, the Board will look at the nature and severity of the act(s), offense(s), or crime(s). Additionally, the Board looks at the actual or potential harm to the public and to any patients. No matter what the circumstances of your case, you need to contact a tough, smart attorney who can aggressively defend you against your DUI charges.
The Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians may discipline licensed vocational nurses and psychiatric technicians who are convicted of a crime substantially related to the qualifications, functions, and duties of a licensee. The Board may also deny an applicant who has been convicted of a crime. Being arrested for DUI in Southern California can be made worse by the potential suspension of your nursing license. The Board will often ask that you voluntarily complete a rigorous rehabilitation course. This course is voluntary and may not be necessary. In order to understand what is required of you after an arrest or subsequent conviction of driving under the influence, you need to hire a knowledgeable DUI defense lawyer. Call our offices toll-free today.
The Law Offices of Scott Henry proudly serves all of the Inland Empire and surrounding counties. If you or a loved one has been arrested for drunk driving in Riverside or San Bernardino and you hold a nursing license, you need to contact a top Southern California DUI lawyer. Contact our office today or fill out our free, online DUI case evaluation.