A female pharmacy technician in Key West, Florida had her pharmacy license suspended after admitting to having pocketed approximately 1,000 various kinds of pills, an article reported on October 24.
Reports said 37-year-old CVS Pharmacy staff Amy Catherine Topolski was apprehended by authorities on June 10 after being investigated for the missing medicines. In the span of more than five months, Topolski reportedly stole various kinds of medicines.
Topolski was put on probation in September following her arrest. On October 12, Topolski’s license was suspended by the Florida Department of Health after pleading guilty to two counts of felony drug possession and a count of misdemeanor petty-theft charges.
Sadly, many pharmacists struggle to support their families after having their professional license suspended. If you fear that your license is being threatened, or if your professional license has been revoked or suspended in Austin, contact the legal team of the Leichter Law Firm to speak to our license defense attorneys about how we may be able to help you. Call us today at (512) 495-9995 to learn more.
Marc Dann, Ohio’s former attorney general, has now been accused of misconduct relating to his own criminal charges in 2008 that cost him his office.
Dann was accused of sexually harassing two staff members. After resigning from his office, he continued practicing law, until the recent claims that he has used over a thousand dollars from lobbyists for his own personal interests, such as a flight on a privately chartered jet. He has also been accused of using campaign money for the salaries of two staff members.
Although Dann did not plead guilty, he admitted that evidence implied that he was guilty. It has not yet been decided if he will lose his law license.
If you may be at risk of losing your license to practice law, please contact the Texas attorney license defense attorneys of the Leichter Law Firm at 512-495-9995.
A 30 year-old high school teacher was recently suspended after blogs she had written about her students surfaced. In her blogs, the teacher described her students in a negative light and made taunting remarks about anything from their clothing to their future careers.
Students, parents, and the school’s administration were unhappy with the blogs and felt that they were unnecessarily cruel. The blogs did not mention students by name and the school had no policy on teachers using the Internet.
The woman is currently not in jeopardy of losing her teaching license, and she is fighting her suspension.
If you are a teacher who is losing your professional license and would like to discuss your case, please contact the Texas teaching license defense attorneys of the Leichter Law Firm at (512) 495-9995.
An Austin police officer’s law enforcement license is in jeopardy after he plead guilty to driving drunk.
The incident occurred less than a year after the officer was forced to fire a deadly shot at a man who was evading arrest. The man reached for a gun, causing the officer to fire his gun. The officer claims that, because of his guilt over the incident, he was led to alcohol and excessive drinking. The officer also claims that he turned to his department superiors to seek help after the traumatic event.
The officer was fired and then reinstated with a brief suspension. He will be tried for a DWI on March 7 and may lose his law enforcement license.
If you are facing legal issues and are in jeopardy of losing your professional license, please contact the Texas professional license defense attorneys of the Leichter Law Firm at 512-495-9995.
Several months ago, the city of Grand Rapids passed a statute to require medical marijuana growers to procure licenses as home-based businesses. However, since that time, the city has not issued a single license. The new ordinance requires that the businesses obtain a $224 license and undergo regular inspections. The lone applicant was denied by city officials.
Some critics say that the terms of the new ordinance are too restrictive and that it was designed with the intent to drive these types of businesses out of the city. The state is home to 45,800 medical marijuana patients.
If you need assistance securing, retaining, or reinstating your professional license, an experienced professional licensing lawyer from the Leichter Law Firm can help. To learn more, contact our offices at 512-495-9995.