Carol Holmes
R.N., B.S.N., J.D.
Representing Health Care Professionals for over 30 years.

Do I need an attorney, or can I represent myself?

You are not required to have an attorney to represent you. However, keep in mind that the outcome of licensing actions may result in criminal charges, limitation of or suspension of your license, ineligibility to participate in federally funded health programs, and actions against any licenses you hold in other states. A good defense is an investment in your professional future.

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