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Suspended Memphis dentist known for attaching “grills”

Updates are in about the Memphis dentist whose professional license was suspended following allegations that he risked the lives of his patients due to poor sanitary practices at his clinic, an article of News Channel 3 reported on July 26.

Reports revealed that Alfred Brown’s dental license was suspended due to possibilities that his patients might contract HIV or hepatitis after investigators found that his clinic was poorly kept. Brown, who was known for installing gold tooth accessories called “grills,” was also alleged of recycling dental crowns on his patients. Brown’s clinic on Lamar Avenue is now closed for further investigations.

Many dental practitioners are left struggling to support their family when their professional licenses are suspended. If you are in the difficult situation that your license is being threatened with suspension, working with a qualified license defense attorney is a viable option. Call an attorney of the Leichter Law Firm PC in Austin today at (512) 495-9995 to learn more about your options.

4 Colorado doctors’ licenses suspended for marijuana approvals

At least four doctors’ licenses in Colorado were suspended by the state’s Medical Board after they allegedly authorized patients to grow marijuana plants in excess of the legal limit, an article of The Gazette reported on July 19.

According to reports, the licenses of doctors William Tyler Stone, Gentry Dunlop, Deborah Parr, and Robert Maiocco were suspended after they authorized an estimated 1,600 people to plant over 75 marijuana plants each. Patients in Colorado who have medical conditions such as cancer, seizures, glaucoma, severe pain, or severe nausea can get a doctor’s authorization to plant more than six marijuana plants. Doctor Stone reportedly gave authorization to 400 people to plant over 75 marijuana plants. The Medical Board said that is already considered unacceptable by medical standards to allow people to grow excessive numbers of marijuana plants. Dr. Stone, however, claims he will appeal the suspension.

Doctors, unfortunately, suffer a great loss when their professional licenses are suspended. If you think that your doctor’s license is being threatened in Austin, the attorneys at the Leichter Law Firm PC may be able to defend it. Learn more about your options today by calling (512) 495-9995 to find out how we can work on your behalf.

Dentist’s license suspended in Memphis over unsanitary practices

The State of Tennessee Department of Health recently suspended the professional license of a dentist in Memphis, an article of Fox 13 reported on July 7. The dentist was also ordered to close his office after complaints of unsanitary conditions were filed against him.

The Department of Health began investigating Alfred Brown after receiving a complaint about the unsanitary practices he used at his office on the 2600 block of Lamar Avenue. The board discovered that Brown did not consistently change gloves between patients and that he recycled dental crowns between patients. On May 26, health investigators made a surprise visit to Brown’s clinic to confirm that his clinic was indeed severely unsanitary. The dentist refused to provide further information to investigators. Brown had his license suspended due to other violations in the 1990’s as well.

Having your dental license suspended is frustrating, especially if your income supports a family who is depending on you. If your professional license is at risk of getting suspended in Austin, an attorney at the Leichter Law Firm PC may be able to work for you. Find out how we can prevent your license from suspension by calling (512) 495-9995.

NJ teacher accused of child abuse

A preschool teacher in Wayne, New Jersey was recently suspended for punishing students by locking them in a bathroom, an article of CBS New York reported on June 28.

Reports claim that at least two Packanack Elementary School preschool students were locked inside the bathroom by their teacher as a disciplinary measure. The children were only 3 or 4 years old. The preschool teacher, whose name was withheld, stopped attending the classroom on June 8. Parents and students were told the teacher was sick, but parents later learned the teacher was suspended while being investigated by state authorities. Parents were appalled that it took so long before the incident was discovered. Packanack principal Roger Rogalin did not issue a statement regarding the matter.

The attorneys at the Leichter Law Firm PC understand that many teachers in Austin must deal with financial loss as a result of professional license suspension. However, if your license is facing suspension, our license defense attorneys may be able to help you prevent it. Call us today at (512) 495-9995 to learn more about your legal options.

Paterson doctor’s license suspended over sexual abuse charges

A doctor in Paterson, New Jersey recently had his professional license suspended after he was charged with sexually assaulting female patients and office staffers over the past three years, an article of nj.com reported on June 13.

Acting Attorney General Robert Lougy said Dr. Alex Sarkodie’s “sexually abusive” actions started in May 2013 and lasted until March of this year. New Jersey authorities claim Sarkodie sexually assaulted female patients during medical exams. In one incident, Sarkodie allegedly fondled and licked the breast of his patient. Though Sarkodie agreed to have his professional license suspended, his legal counsel told reports that his client denied the allegations. Sarkodie is expected to contest the sexual misconduct charges filed against him.

The attorneys at the Leichter Law Firm PC know that many doctors struggle to provide for their families after facing a professional license suspension. If you think that you are liable to be suspended from practicing your profession, we may be able to offer you legal defense. Call us today at (512) 495-9995 to learn more about your options and discuss your situation.

Registered nurse in Indiana suspended due to illegal drug use

A registered nurse in Rushville, Indiana recently faced a license suspension following allegations that she was using methamphetamine, an article of The Star Press reported on June 7.

The Indiana State Board of Nursing stated that former Reid Health nurse Kasey Barnard tested positive for amphetamines and meth. Barnard reportedly confessed to buying and using the illegal drugs. The nursing board unanimously voted to suspend Barnard after she was considered to be a public threat. Reports revealed that approximately 13,000 Indiana nurses are dealing with substance addiction.

Having a professional license suspended as a nurse is often a stressful situation, as you have to handle the income lost that would otherwise support your family. If your nursing license is being threatened with suspension in Austin, an attorney at the Leichter Law Firm PC may be able to represent you. Find out how we may defend your license by calling (512) 495-9995.

Tennessee teacher suspended after showing “Human Centipede 2” to students

A high school teacher in Jackson, Tennessee was recently suspended without pay after her students watched portions of the horror movie “The Human Centipede 2: (Full Sequence)” under her supervision.

The teacher, Michelle Blankenship of Jackson Central-Merry High School, is being investigated after she let 9th and 10th grade students watch the gruesome film on April 22. Superintendent Verna Ruffin stated that the district wants to discover why and how Blankenship showed the movie to her students. Ruffin also wants to find out if Blankenship played the movie herself or if a student played it in class. Premiered in 2011, “Human Centipede 2” is the sequel to a movie about a mad doctor who surgically attaches a person’s mouth to another’s anus in an attempt to form a human centipede.

The lawyers of the Leichter Law Firm PC in Austin represent teachers who are facing license suspension. Our experienced defense attorneys may be able to work on your behalf if your job is being threatened with suspension. Call our office at (512) 495-9995 to discuss your situation and learn more about your legal options.

Suspended veterinarian in Creal Springs heads to trial

A veterinarian in Creal Springs whose professional license was suspended is expected to appear before a jury to face charges of animal cruelty and practicing without a license. According to reports, Elisa Kirkpatrick entered not guilty pleas in response to several charges of veterinary practice neglect filed against her.

A pretrial is scheduled for March 7 wherein a plea agreement may be reached before the jury trial set to be held on March 15. At least ten charges related to deliberate animal cruelty were filed against the former animal care provider at Carbondale’s Kitty Klinic. Authorities arrested Kirkpatrick few months after her veterinary license was suspended when a man called officers to report a foul odor emitting from her home. Other charges were also filed against Kirkpatrick after she was suspected of conducting veterinary surgeries while her professional license was suspended.

The lawyers at the Leichter Law Firm PC, in Austin, understand that professionals like veterinarians must deal with the threat of overwhelming financial hardships when facing the prospect of losing the license which allows them to practice. If you are concerned about the future of your livelihood and professional reputation, call (512) 495-9995 today.

License of Montana physician suspended indefinitely

The medical license of a physician in Libby, Montana was suspended indefinitely after he was accused and found guilty of committing professional negligence, an article of The Western News reported on December 24.

The Montana Board of Medical Examiners ordered the immediate suspension of Doctor Clyde Knecht’s license on December 21 pending further investigation into the claims against him. Dr. Knecht is accused by a second medical professional, an addiction specialist, of over-prescribing narcotics. The board also discovered that Knecht negligently failing to properly document the medical histories of his patients and his procedures. Knecht may be ordered to pay hefty fines or have his license revoked if his case is taken to a hearing.

The lawyers of the Leichter Law Firm PC in Austin know how heavily medical providers rely on their professional reputations and licenses in order to practice medicine and provide for themselves and their families. Our legal team works with licensed professionals as they fight undue or exceedingly harsh disciplinary actions following alleged misconduct. If your license is being threatened, please call our offices at (512) 495-9995 to learn how we may be able to help you.

Florida teacher suspended over suspicion of injuring student

A male teacher in Jacksonville, Florida was recently suspended due to allegations that he caused harm to a female student by pinching her with enough force to break the skin, an article of First Coast News reported on December 11.

Reports said a 30-day suspension was ordered for Rashawn Stout on December 7 after a female second grade student accused him of pinching her twice. Brown, who is a teacher at Richard L. Brown Elementary School, told investigators of Duval County Elementary School that he “lightly pinched the student.” Reports also said there were marks left on the victim’s stomach and arm and that two other students witnessed the incident. Pinch markings found in the victim and there were students who saw the incident. Stout is not expected to face criminal prosecution due to a lack of evidence, according to the State Attorney’s Office.

Teachers who are wrongfully accused or face overly harsh penalties for their actions will likely be faced with the potential loss of their legal right to work in their field. When this happens, individuals are threatened with a loss of income and respect, among other things. At the Leichter Law Firm PC, our professional license defense attorneys work to represent clients who face these types of accusations in Austin. To discuss your case with us today, call (512) 495-9995.