Medical Examiner License Defense

If your license is at risk due to a criminal charge, complaint, or allegation, you need to be careful. It’s possible that you could lose your license and your career. It’s essential that you protect yourself throughout this challenging time by hiring an experienced attorney. Every case can be difficult, but you have a higher rate of success by hiring a professional license defense lawyer. If you feel like you could potentially lose your license or face discipline, you need to hire an experienced professional licensing attorney today.

Remington & Dixon, PLLC is an experienced law firm that handles professional license defense cases. We understand that people make mistakes, but receiving a complaint can completely change your life. If you lose your license, you will have to find a new path. How are you supposed to support yourself if you lose your job? We’re here to help you fight for your license every step of the way. If you have been notified of an investigation or hearing, you need to contact us immediately. We need time to build your case.

What happens after a complaint is filed?

Just because a complaint is brought against you, doesn’t mean that you are guilty. The board is required to investigate the complaint thoroughly. An investigator will be assigned to your case, and they will research every aspect of the claim. Once they are finished, they will present their evidence to the board. Then the board will decide what the offer or resolution should be. You DO NOT have to accept the offer of resolution, but the process is more efficient with an experienced lawyer.

How else could I lose my license?

Criminal convictions need to be reported to your board. So, if you plead guilty to a DWI, you’ll need to let your board know. Then, they will investigate your case and determine if any disciplinary action is required. Every case is different, but having a lawyer represent you increases your odds for success.

What are the possible outcomes of an investigation?

There are several types of disciplinary actions that the board can decide to use in your case. You could receive a public reprimand, fines, license suspension, or license revocation. Most of these types of discipline can ruin your career. Honestly, any allegations of misconduct can destroy your career.

What happens if you’ve received allegations of misconduct?

If you receive an accusation of misconduct, you could quickly lose your job. At the very worst you could have your license revoked. An investigatior will conduct a thorough investigation to ensure that the allegations are correct. During this investigation, they will look for any incriminating evidence. They want to see if there is a pattern of bad behavior while you’re at work. The investigator could also ask you for an interview or a statement. We recommend having your attorney handle any communication between you and the investigator.

Can I handle my case on my own?

You could, but we wouldn’t recommend it. This process can be very tedious. So, taking on your case puts you at a disadvantage. Hiring an attorney takes some of the stress off of you and improves your odds of winning. The board will have legal counsel, and so should you.

It would help if you had a professional license defense attorney

We’ve represented many different professionals across North Carolina. Whether you’re facing criminal charges, allegations of misconduct, or disciplinary hearings, we can help. If you’re being investigated, it’s time to give us a call. Let us begin your case so that you can put this whole ordeal behind you. You deserve to have someone on your side, protecting your interests. Call us today to schedule your no-obligation consultation.


Are consultations free?

While we offer a free consultation on traffic matters, criminal matters, and most professional license defense cases, we charge a fee for family law consultations to personalize our consultations to your specific needs. To learn about our fee structure, please get in touch.

Where can I get legal advice?

We recommend meeting with an attorney. While there is free legal help available for North Carolina residents from pro bono resources for civil matters, and public defenders for criminal cases, the best way to access tailored advice is to hire a lawyer.

Can I hire you if I’m in another state?

This is done on a case by case basis if you are involved in a family law, criminal, or professional disciplinary matter that involves another jurisdiction.



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