Hi, in my practice as an attorney I exclusively represent professionals before their state licensing boards in Ohio. As a former Ohio Assistant Attorney General, I am familiar with the disciplinary process of Boards such as the State Medical Board of Ohio, Ohio Board of Nursing, Ohio Board of Pharmacy, Ohio Chiropractic Board and many, many more licensing agencies.
I regularly help applicants apply for a professional license in Ohio or wade through the disciplinary process. I have started this blog to answer many of the common questions that I receive in my practice on a weekly basis from nurses throughout Ohio. Such as, “should I apply for a license in Ohio if I have a criminal conviction on my record?” “what will happen with my professional license if I get a DUI?” “what should I do if contacted by a board or criminal investigator?”. I hope over the next few months to answer many of your questions.
very helpful; my friend is an OHIO nurse who got 2 DUIs in 2012, 4 months apart, blood alcohol .08 second one, .21 and resulting in a broken cervical vertebrae for her; no one else was injured in either accident. what is her status- she has been medically disabled due to neck since last DUI accident in May? Also, what is “worst case scenario” my good friend faces?
I would be glad to speak with you about “worst case scenario” and also most likely scenario. Please call me at 614-486-3909.