It is, but you and/or your attorney will need to prepare with this goal in mind from the very beginning. There are things that can be done to optimize your chances of getting the Administrative Complaint dismissed. Understand that the analysts and the Assistant Attorneys General who handle your case don't have the authority themselves to dismiss an Administrative Complaint once it is filed and served on you. Only the Board's Disciplinary Subcommittee (or the Board, in some circumstances) has that authority. So, if you do hire an attorney, it is important to work with someone who knows how cases get dismissed, and you to maximize your chances of a dismissal.