RNs and LVNs are often expected to work under difficult and stressful situations, and in some instances, nurses have to work overtime. When problems arise, they need a nurse lawyer San Antonio to fix the problem. A nurse in San Antonio is an example of this.
On or about February 19, 2002, the LVN was convicted of DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED (a Class B Misdemeanor offense committed on January 12, 2002). When asked by the Texas Board of Nursing, the LVN states that five years ago, two months following her separation/divorce from her ex-husband, she was regrettably, arrested and charged with DWI. She was granted six months probation as well as various education classes and community service of which she completed without an event.
On or about June 28, 2007, she was convicted of DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED. When asked by the Texas Board of Nursing, she states she went to a local dance hall, something that she does rarely but was invited out by her sister since she did not have the kids and was not working the following day.
She left the dance hall at 0100 am and proceeded to drive home. She was pulled over for speeding and cooperated with the officer doing an extensive roadside sobriety tests. After a few tests respondent realized no matter what happens the officer had already made up his mind to arrest her so respondent informed the officer that she would no longer participate in any further roadside activity and the LVN was arrested.
If you have been summoned by the Texas Board of Nursing, you need legal representation in the person of a nurse lawyer San Antonio Find the right nurse lawyer San Antonio to help you with your needs. Contact San Antonio nurse attorney Yong J. An directly by calling or texting him at (832) 428-5679 for a discreet consultation.