Facing A Criminal Matter? Protect Your Professional License.
It is not only profession-related misdeeds that can put a license to practice medicine, pharmacy or nursing at risk. Any criminal record can be detrimental to your reputation and, in many cases, may pose a threat to your ability to obtain or retain a professional license.
Having your professional license in hand before a criminal case does not guarantee that you will escape trouble if you are convicted of a crime. All licensed professionals are required to renew their licenses at regular intervals, such as every two or three years. If you have even a small misdemeanor (beyond a simple traffic ticket) on your record, you may face sanctions, discipline and loss of your licensure when it is time to renew your:
- License to practice medicine
- Physician training license
- License to practice as a physician assistant
- License to practice anesthesiology
- License to practice dentistry
- Nursing license
- Other professional license
Your professional license may be suspended or revoked because of any misdemeanor or felony criminal conviction.
You are doing the right thing by seeking an attorney’s help. You have arrived at this web page for one of any number of reasons, and you now have the opportunity to arrange a consultation with Denver professional license defense attorney Sean Dingle.
What Lawyer Sean Dingle Can Do For You
Attorney Dingle is right at home in any courtroom or administrative hearing, as he is a former assistant attorney general who served as the disciplinary prosecutor for the Colorado State Board of Medical Examiners. This background has prepared him to advocate on your behalf if you:
- Face criminal charges
- Have been convicted
- Face professional licensing discipline because of some activity outside the realm of your professional duties
Attorney Dingle is prepared and qualified to defend clients in many professional fields who have been accused of criminal offenses as well as advocate on behalf of them before professional licensing boards.
Do Not Attempt Self-Defense When It Comes To Criminal Convictions And Your Professional License
You worked hard for your professional license. Don’t let someone take it away unjustly. Beware of interactions with professional licensing boards after you have been accused, charged or convicted of any criminal matter. What you say or don’t say – and what you do or don’t do – can and will be used against you in your criminal case as well as your licensure defense case.