This is why its so important to speak with an administrative law attorney when you have a pending complaint with the State Nursing Board. If you have a complaint filed against your license, speak with an attorney to review the allegations and your course of action. Research law firms and attorneys online and schedule an appt. with an attorney to further discuss your case. What is the benefit in waiting a few weeks or months to speak with attorney when a complaint is filed against your license?
I spoke with a nurse this week who has two pending State Nursing Board complaints against his license related to allegations of drug diversion and the State Nursing Board suspended his license (without a hearing as permitted to do so by law when a nurse is threat to public safety; this is an emergency measure) after the 2nd complaint was filed.
Pull the money out of the mattress because you are going to need it in these types of cases. Two State Nursing Board complaints ain't double fresh, double fun, or double smooth but it will cost you double money.