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Nursing License Suspension After Felony Conviction – Suspension Dissolved and License Reinstated

Registered Nurse (RN)

Primary Issue:
A Michigan nurse’s license was suspended due to a felony conviction involving sexually explicit images, an offense with possible permanent revocation of the nurse’s license. Our client retained Chapman Law group having already served their sentence and desiring to comply with the public health code and preserve their nursing license. The conviction was reported to the State of Michigan, Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) and LARA immediately moved to suspend our client’s nursing license.

We successfully negotiated an arrangement to permit the immediate reinstatement of our client’s nursing license following the assessment by a mental health professional deeming our client safe with probation. Our client was able to save their nursing license, which was a substantial victory for our client.

Area of Law:
Nursing License Defense
Criminal Defense
Criminal Charges and the Impact on Professional Licenses
Summary Suspension Orders

Robert A. Welch, Jr.

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