I was arrested two years ago for battery all the charges were dropped and the case never went to court. The board contacted me regarding this matter and I responded by a telephone call. I soon moved and never replied with the info they asked for ie a copy of all the paperwork surrounding the case. I have the paperwork just never mailed it to them. Now they have issued a citation my license is clear but still shows a citation and all the details making it hard to find a job.what can I do?
Administrative Law Lawyer
This situation will only get worse if you continue to avoid facing up to it. In fact, if you do not soon take care of responding responsibly to the Board's investigative process, you will be unable to renew your license at expiration. And there is no good reason to let this circumstance become so problematic. If you were not charged, then it is unlikely that you will face serious discipline against your license based on the arrest -- perhaps none at all. But you need to act before you are facing new and different disciplinary charges for failing to respond to Board inquiries and/or failing to comply with the citation.
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