A nurse attorney should be hired at all times whenever you undergo a case, whether a civil or a criminal case, that may affect your RN license. This is what an RN from Abilene should have done when facing a criminal case and is affecting her license and work. Take note that the Texas Board of Nursing can settle matters with a nurse attorney if one is present with the respondent during a case.
At the time of the initial incident, an RN was employed at a hospital in Abilene, Texas, and had been in that position for
On or about February 4, 2019, an RN entered a plea of Guilty to FSRA ACC INVOLVING DEATH, a 2^ᵈ Degree Felony offense of the Texas Transportation Code – Accident involving Personal Injury or Death committed on December 26, 2015. As a result of the plea, the proceedings against the RN were deferred without entering an adjudication of Guilt and the RN was placed on probation for a period of eight (8) years and ordered to pay a fine and court costs.
In response, the RN states on the night of the incident the rain felt heavy that night on an unlit road. She was less than five miles from her home when the accident happened. The left side of her car hit something in the middle of the road, but it was far too dark and rainy for her to see what she had hit. Deer live in the area and the RN and her husband see them around that road regularly. It was night time and it was storming. Pedestrians do not normally walk across this highway under the best of conditions. Besides, the RN had her headlights on, and her care would have been visible to a pedestrian from a distance. She never even considered the idea that she had hit a person and not an animal. Instead of parking her car on the road and getting out checking, alone, in the dark of the night and in the thunderstorm, she panicked and drove home to her child. She had never had a car accident, or any other traffic violation, before and did not know what else to do. She examined her care when she got home. The front was damaged and the driver’s side windshield had shattered. The damage was consistent with what she thought had happened.
As a result of the RN’s actions and the failure to hire a nurse attorney with specialized knowledge in nursing laws, which is why the Texas Board of Nursing suspended the RN’s license during the probation of the RN. Take note that any licensed professional may likely go to jail with a permanent history if they are charged with a crime. Additionally, they may also lose their license and may face the Texas Board of Nursing.
It’s best to secure your career for a better life, which is why a knowledgeable nurse attorney is always present to assist you against accusations and false records. To receive the finest private consultation for your nurse case, be sure to hire Nurse Attorney Yong J. An – a knowledgeable professional in handling several nursing licenses and criminal cases since 2006. All you need is to contact him at (832)-428-5679 to begin.