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Since 2011, at Chelle Law, we have been dedicated to providing legal counsel to registered nurses who need aggressive and powerful representation to defend themselves and their license against the accusations put up against them. With our highly experienced Arizona Board of Nursing Attorney, be assured to have the minimum impact on your career while we defend you against accusations made by either co-workers or patients.
Even if a nurse is investigated for DUI arrest, our attorneys make sure that nothing is overlooked in the case. We provide you with timely updates and prompt responses so that at the time of administrative hearing we are on the same page to ensure things move in our favor. We also make sure that the Board treats you fairly and gives you a proper chance to be represented and heard. Call us today at 602-344-9865 to book an appointment with our expert attorneys and get the help you have been looking for.
Several jobs in Arizona need you to obtain a fingerprint clearance card for the better protection of the people. In order to make sure that you do not have any recorded criminal history, a background check and a fingerprint check is mandatory for registered nurses. However, even when there are cases of criminal history in someone’s record, they can still obtain the clearance card in certain cases. It can only be possible through Good Cause Exception.
To apply for the Arizona Good Cause Exception when your fingerprint card clearance has been denied, you need to demonstrate to the Arizona Department of Public Safety as to why your case should be treated as a Good Cause Exception. This is where we can step in and help you with the necessary and prompt legal counsel to expedite the process. Give us a call today at 602-344-9865 for a confidential consultation and avail of our exceptional services to get all the necessary help in demonstrating your good cause exception.