Failing to Properly Disclose a Criminal Conviction or Prior Discipline is a Serious Problem
There are a number of instances where you may be required to disclose information or provide a statement to your licensing body.
Some examples are:
- Disclosure of prior criminal convictions or discipline in your application or at renewal;
- Disclosure of a settlement received in a medical malpractice case;
- Disclosure of your arrest);
- Disclosure of the filing of your information or indictment in a felony case;
- Disclosure of a criminal conviction within 30 days;
- Statement to board or employer; and/or
- Statement to investigator
Failing to disclose can be considered a bad act and lead to further or additional disciplinary action by your licensing board.
The attorneys at Unlock Legal regularly assist our clients with proper disclosures to the licensing bodies, investigators, and/or employers. It is important to seek legal counsel to make sure you not only disclose correctly and timely information, but do not over-share. Your career is at risk. Seek professional advice before doing it on your own.
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