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- Investigation For Public Intoxication Closed By Medical Board
- Infractions: Not Grounds For License Revocation or Denial
- Medical Board Terminates Physician's Probation Early
- CA Physicians Licensed After Arrest and Deferred Entry of Judgment
- RN Loses Single DUI Case Before Court of Appeal
- Doctor Discloses DUI -- No Action by Medical Board of California
- RN With Single DUI Wins in Superior Court—Nursing Board Appeals
- Embarrassing Conviction Did Not Prevent Issuance of Real Estate License
- Avoiding Denial of a California Medical License by Withdrawing the Application
- Occupational Therapists (OTs) Arrested for DUI in California Face Investigation by the Board of Occupational Therapy Within Days of Arrest
- Teacher with DUI: California Commission for Teacher Credentialing (CTC) Cannot Automatically Suspend or Revoke Credential
- Medical License Approved After Misdemeanor Criminal Conviction and Failure to Disclose
- California Board of Registered Nursing Closes Investigation Against R.N. Convicted of One DUI
- Nurse With One DUI--Court Overturns License Revocation by California Board of Registered Nursing
- California Court of Appeal Finds that Conviction for Spousal Battery is Grounds for Denial of a Real Estate License
- Can the Medical Board of California deny a medical license because of one DUI conviction? One Superior Court said, "No."
- I need to disclose my criminal record on my license application. Can I check my own criminal record (rap sheet)?
- I was convicted of a crime. Do I have to report the conviction to the Department of Insurance? When?
- Court upheld revocation of real estate broker's license based on conviction for fire code violations