Criminal

Mortgage loan officers licensed through the California Department of Real Estate (DRE) and the Department of Financial Protection and Innovation (DFPI) are required by the Nationwide Multistate Licensing System (NMLS) to obtain a specific amount of continuing education and coursework in order to maintain their professional licenses. Recently, however, many licensed mortgage loan officers received a notice of investigation.

Being charged with a crime is a frightening experience for anyone. However, licensed professionals may be particularly impacted by these charges. As a working professional in California, your professional career and your livelihood are at risk when you’re convicted of or arrested for a crime. It’s crucial that you get help immediately from an attorney that specializes in criminal defense

A criminal conviction is a common reason many California licensing boards deny a professional license application or file an accusation against a current license. You need an experienced license defense attorney on your side to clean up your past records and fight the accusations against your current license. Post-conviction relief is your solution to unlocking your current and future career.

DUIs are a common reason for arrests in California, and thousands of drivers are arrested each year. Whether you choose to indulge in alcohol or recreational marijuana, driving under the influence is a criminal act. Drivers that receive a DUI conviction face jail time, fines, and could potentially lose their professional licenses. If you are a nurse or first responder,

Many of our clients come to us when DUIs are threatening their professional licenses. Although these individuals come from many different boards, the consequences of these convictions can be dire for their careers. Here’s how we helped several professionals overcome their convictions and protect their licenses. 
Nurses
Being a nurse can be a very stressful job. You can imagine the

DUI convictions and arrests typically increase during the holiday season. With these celebrations just around the corner, you could find yourself in an unhappy situation. Although DUI convictions are difficult for both licensed and non-licensed professionals, licensed professionals will experience more severe aftereffects of their arrest. Here’s how DUIs could affect you this season.
Medical Professionals
In the medical field,