Criminal

You have completed all the requirements necessary to obtain a real estate license in California and invested a large amount of time and money in preparing for exams. But as the Department of Real Estate conducts its background check, there’s just one thing that’s causing you anxiety — a past DUI conviction. Do you really need to worry?   Don’t worry;

As an engineer, you’ve dedicated your life to innovation. You have trained yourself to become a real-life problem solver. You’ve spent years dreaming of modernizing the world and made a significant investment in your education. Whether your focus is on civil engineering, mechanical engineering, or land surveying, the expectations for your social behavior can be extreme. Society can seem unforgiving

Tustin-based professional license defense law firm Unlock Legal is proud to announce that founding Attorney Miranda McCroskey is celebrating 25 years of service as an attorney. After starting her career in criminal defense, Ms. McCroskey transitioned to focus her legal practice on defending professionals with issues related to their licensure. This milestone is a testament to Ms. McCroskey’s dedication to

A penalty from the Medical Board of California is not final. An appeal is possible. The right option will depend on the details of the penalty. These options include: reinstatement, early termination of probation or modification.
The odds of a successful request can be increased with these tips:

  • A complete petition packet
  • Proper submission
  • Hearing attendance

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You’ve worked hard to graduate from dental school, and now you’re running your practice. The last thing you want to worry about is getting your dentist license revoked or being denied for renewal. You’re not alone. Hundreds of licensed professionals struggle with obtaining or renewing their license after complaints. The process can be daunting and tiresome.
Dental Board of California

Criminal convictions are common reasons license boards deny applications and discipline license holders. Post-conviction relief is a crucial part of criminal defense for licensed professionals that can help protect your career from these denials and possible discipline. This process helps to expunge applicable cases, assist with early termination of probation, reduce felony convictions, and possibly help you obtain a certificate of rehabilitation.