Registered Nurse (RN)
Michigan nurse was suspended for failure to enter in to a monitoring agreement with the Health Professional’s Recovery Program (HPRP) following an out-of-state conviction for public intoxication. Her nursing license was suspended for allegations of having an impairment detrimental to her practice of nursing. We petitioned for dissolution of the summary suspension and were granted a hearing before an administrative law judge.
After successful cross examination of the State’s evaluator at the dissolution hearing, the judge gave a directed verdict and returned the nurse to practice that day. A directed verdict was obtained by showing the judge that the state failed to prove their case. Due diligence by the Chapman Law Group eliminated the impairment charge from the administrative complaint. Our attorneys have the knowledge and experience necessary to mitigate the impact a licensing complaint has upon the licensee. Additionally, our extensive knowledge and experience permits us to maneuver the nuances of the Michigan Administrative Hearings System to the advantage of our clients.
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