What do i do now? Please advise...
3 attorney answers
You're correct, there is a 30 day deadline for reporting convictions to BRN. Technically, it could be unprofessional conduct for failure to report. However, the Board does not provide a reporting form for the purpose of helping licensees meet this requirement, and I have not seen the Board attempt to discipline anyone for a failure to affirmatively report a conviction.
You should discuss this matter with a licensing attorney. An attorney can disclose the conviction for you, and assist you with responding to further inquiries from the Board. The Board has several alternatives at this point, from doing nothing, to suggesting diversion, to a citation/fine, to a formal investigation. A licensing attorney can prepare you for any of those outcomes.
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You should contact a professional licensing attorney to help you with this decision and the process of defending your license if the BRN takes action against you.
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