--no other convictions post or prior
--have paid all fines pertaining to ticket
--enrolled to take class in driver safety
--had ignition interlock device installed in car, will be uninstalled in Nov. 2013
--obtained occupational driver's license in the same month charged w a DUI
--have worked as a school aide and respite care worker for more than a decade
I agree with my colleague above, you'd be wise to thoroughly research the Wisconsin Department of Health Services to find out exactly if it affects your ability to obtain your nursing assistant/aide license.
Here in California, the Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians will require you disclose the offense, however, to my knowledge, one DUI should not be an issue. If you had 2 DUIs, very high BAC, DUI w/ injury, etc., then they may decide that the crime is "substantially related to the qualifications, functions or duties of an LVN".
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