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.
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A female kindergarten school teacher in Hawkins County was recently suspended after consumed beer cans were discovered inside a classroom, News Channel 11 reported on September 15.
According to reports, the unidentified teacher at Mt. Carmel Elementary School has been “suspended without pay” after another teacher on September 10 discovered two empty cans of beer inside the classroom. The suspended teacher reportedly was on leave during the time of the discovery and it is not clear who consumed the alcoholic beverages or if it was consumed inside the school premises. The empty beer cans were discovered during class hours. Hawkins County Schools Assistant, Director Nedra Jackson, stated that school administrators and the school system are working to come up with an accurate and fair investigation.
Being suspended without pay as a teacher is difficult, especially if you have family members depending on your income. However, if you are a teacher threatened with suspension, a lawyer may possibly defend you. Find out how an Austin lawyer at the Leichter Law Firm PC may represent you today by calling (512) 495-9995.
The Delaware Board of Veterinary Medicine recently voted to suspend the license of a female veterinarian for four years after she was found to be practicing while under suspension, the Cape Gazette reported on July 17.
Reports said Jaine Weise’s veterinarian license was suspended by the board after two dogs under her care died last year. The Lewes vet license was apparently suspended during the time she treated the dogs in 2014. Initially, Weise’s license was facing license revocation; however, the board did not consider the incident as a malpractice, though she was found to be negligent.
Being suspended as a veterinarian is difficult, as you and your family likely depend on your salary. However, if you believe that your license is being threatened with suspension, an attorney may possibly defend you and prevent this from happening. Call the Austin lawyers of the Leichter Law Firm PC today at (512) 495-9995 to learn more about your legal options.
A license suspension was ordered for an Indiana attorney who pleaded guilty to scamming-related charges, Indy Star reported on June 23.
Reports said Carmel lawyer 70-year-old Charles Blackwelder is currently serving a prison term of four years after pleading guilty to four counts of “Class B” felonies for defrauding the savings of elderly. Blackwelder, who was formally charged in 2014, received his sentencing three months ago. Upon Blackwelder’s conviction, the Indiana Supreme Court decided to suspend his lawyer’s license. State documents revealed that Blackwelder started his law profession in 1978.
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A lawyer in Madison has been suspended after being convicted of sexually assaulting a woman, the Journal Sentinel reported on April 16.
Reports said the Jonathan Evenson’s legal license has been suspended for 30 months after violations of “engaging in offensive personality.” Evenson sexually assaulted a 22-year-old woman in his office and home after giving her alcohol and drugs in September of 2013. The lawyer was sentenced to nine months in jail and three years of probation after pleading guilty to drug and sexual-related charges.
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A male teacher from Chippewa Valley High School was recently suspended from working at the school after he was accused of engaging in sexual activity with an underage student, MLive.com reported on February 23.
According to reports, 23-year-old Christopher Cowles was charged with third degree felony of sexual conduct involving a 16-year-old student. Cowles on February 20 pleaded not guilty of the charge. Police revealed that the school immediately suspended Cowles upon learning that he was being investigated. The career technical education teacher is currently in jail with a bail bond set at $250,000.
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A two-year license suspension was recently ordered for a Westbury lawyer after he employed a lawyer friend who had been disbarred for stealing money from clients, the Long Island Business News reported on February 9.
Reports said the bankruptcy law-practitioner hired his friend in 2010 to work for him as a paralegal. Heller reportedly was charged and disbarred for stealing over $100,000 from at least two clients six months earlier. Webber instructed Heller to use a different name to identify himself to their clients. Webber is appealing to the state grievance committee, stating that there is nothing illegal about using different names, nor hiring a disbarred attorney to work as a paralegal. Heller, who used the name “Craig Miller” handled client information and loan modification for clients.
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The Ohio Board of Nursing temporarily suspended the license of a female nurse in Medina after she was accused of stealing medicine from several patients, an article by The Medina Gazette reported on January 22.
According to reports, 34-year-old Sarah Copley was charged late last year over suspicion that she stole strong medications from at least eight female patients inside a nursing facility. Investigator Tadd Davis revealed that Copley obtained strong painkillers from doctors whose patients were suffering from continuous pain. Copley managed to seize over 5,000 pills, Davis also revealed. Early this year, Copley pleaded not guilty to the charges and was discharged without posting a bond. The nursing board may permanently suspend Copley’s license if found guilty of the charges.
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A dental practitioner in Renton, Washington recently had his license suspended by the state’s dental commission for allegedly violating sanitation procedures, seattlepi.com reported on December 5.
Reports accused dentist Kin So of failing to provide sufficient cleaning solutions in his workplace and that he did not follow the strict guidelines regarding proper infection control and sanitation. The dentist reportedly was banned from carrying out any dental-related work in Washington State until he is cleared of the alleged misconduct. So was given 20 days to appeal the charges filed against him.
Professional practitioners can understandably be panicked and devastated if their license becomes suspended. If this has happened to you, it is important to work with a skilled lawyer for the best possible chance to recover your license. Find out how the Austin lawyer of Leichter Law Firm PC may advocate for you today by calling (512) 495-9995.
A Tennessee attorney’s license was suspended as ordered by the state Supreme Court after being charged with paying for sex with an underage woman, News Sentinel stated on October 8.
Reports said Attorney Kent Booher agreed last month to a plea deal where he was sentenced t0 three years probation for solicitation of a minor. Representatives from the institution that oversees ethical conduct for attorneys in the state said now that a verdict has been reached they will thoroughly review Booher’s case; his law license is suspended until a final decision can be made.
The attorneys at Leichter Law Firm PC understand how stressful and frightening it can be when facing license suspension. If you are in such predicament, our lawyers may be able to provide you professional insights on how to best defend or restore your ability to practice. Discuss your situation with us today at 512-495-9995 to learn more about your options.