California Board of Registered Nursing

One of our registered nursing clients suffered a panic attack during an episode of post-partum depression.  Her husband phoned the police to help deescalate the conflict, but it unfortunately led to her arrest on suspicion of domestic violence.  Although the charges were dropped, our client was questioned by the Board, given employment releases to sign,

When an Accusation is filed against a Registered Nurse in California, usually the nurse’s first reaction is “how can I get this off my record?”  The presence of an Accusation on the Board’s website causes uncomfortable questions at work, it can make getting a new job far more difficult, and the Accusation itself often contains

It takes years of sacrifice and hard work to become a registered nurse.  In California, the Board of Registered Nursing is in charge of regulating the nursing profession, and that means scrutinizing every RN application, looking for “causes for denial.”  As professional licensing attorneys, we’ve talked to thousands of nurses and helped hundreds of applicants

The California Board of Registered Nursing files hundreds of accusations each year against registered nurses.  The vast majority of these accusations are filed due to criminal convictions or other alleged unprofessional conduct.  A small number are filed due to complaints of incompetence, gross negligence or  less common alleged violations of the Nursing Practice Act.  Effectively