California Nursing License Defense Attorney
If you are facing a California Board of Nursing investigation, accusation, or nurse criminal charge, you need a respected and experienced nursing license defense attorney by your side as early as possible in the process.
Interactions with investigators and the Board of Registered Nursing (BRN) or Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians (BVNPT) can be nerve-racking and involve serious risks to your license, reputation, and career. It is easy for you to make mistakes that can unintentionally incriminate you or weaken your defense.
Nursing license lawyers with 65+ years experience
At Chudnovsky Law, our experienced nursing license defense lawyers are well known and respected by the Investigators, Deputy Attorney Generals, and Judges that handle nurse cases. We know how to successfully resolve even the most challenging cases and will vigorously protect your rights at every step.
Our award-winning attorneys Robert Weinberg, Suzanne Crouts, and Melissa DuChene have over 65 years experience handling thousands of nursing license defense, investigation, nurse DUI defense, and nurse criminal defense cases. They have exceptional experience representing every type of nurse, RN, LVN, PT, nurse practitioner, and advanced practice nurse. They are uniquely qualified in the complex intersection of licensing and criminal/DUI law.
- Nursing license defense
- The 6 stages in nurse license defense:
- 1. Complaint or criminal charge
- 2. Interview, investigation
- 3. Formal accusation filed
- 4. OAH administrative hearing
- 5. Appeal
- 6. Reinstatement or penalty relief
- Nurse DUI, criminal defense
- Nurse diversion intervention program
- About our attorneys
Our California nurse license defense attorney can assist you in understanding and resolving any issue affecting your license, including:
- California Board of Registered Nursing discipline process
- CA Board of Nursing and Department of Consumer Affairs investigations
- Gross negligence, unprofessional conduct and incompetence accusations
- Nurse DUI and criminal convictions
- Board of Nursing diversion “Intervention Program”
- Nursing Practice Act standard of care violations
You care for patients – Now let us take care of you
We know the stress you’re feeling and our BRN nurse defense attorney is 100% focused on protecting you and your license. We do not judge, we are only here to help.
If you would like the best outcome possible, call (844) 325-1444. Our experienced nurse license lawyer will vigorously defend you and your license.
We represent nurses throughout all of California, including: Los Angeles County, Orange County, Riverside County, San Bernardino County, San Diego County, Santa Barbara County, Santa Clara County, Alameda County, Sacramento County, Contra Costa County, and Ventura County.
We offer affordable fees and flexible payment plans.
The 6 stages of nursing license defense
Nursing license defense is the legal practice of defending a nurse at 6 stages of disciplinary actions:  Nurse complaint or crime,  Investigation and interview,  Formal Accusation,  OAH Administrative Hearing,  Appeal, and  Reinstatement.
Our California nursing license defense attorney specializes in defending nurses licensed by the California Board of Nursing. Nurses are subject to professional standards defined in the Nursing Practice Act and CA BRN regulations. If you need legal help, call (844) 325-1444 to speak with a lawyer.
BRN and BVNPT nurse licensees can face discipline at different stages. New license applications can be denied due to a criminal record, making false statements on the application, discipline in another state, disciplinary action on a different license, or irregular behavior during the NCLEX process.
For existing licensees, the most common causes of nurse disciplinary actions are:
- DUI, substance abuse, drug diversion
- Gross negligence or incompetence
- Violating the Nursing Practice Act
- Standard of care violations
- False accusations/complaints
- Deficient record keeping
- Criminal offenses, arrests or convictions
Nurse disciplinary actions have six stages:
1. Nurse Complaint or Criminal Charge
California Board of Nursing enforcement activity begins when the BRN or BVNPT receives one of the following notifications:
- A complaint filed by a patient, doctor, hospital or anonymous.
- Notice of a criminal charge, arrest or conviction.
- Disciplinary action in another state for multistate nurses and travel nurses that gets reported to California via the NURSYS national database.
Complaints can be filed online by anyone, including anonymous parties for alleged violations of laws, regulations and professional standards. If the board complaint review finds a violation of the Nursing Practice Act may have occurred within the board’s jurisdiction, the complaint will be referred to one of 12 district offices for investigation by the DCA Division of Investigation.
Important Note: The period after arrest for a crime is a crucial opportunity to protect your license. Every effort needs to made to get the charge reduced or dismissed.
Robert Weinberg, Melissa DuChene, and Suzanne Crouts are experienced nursing license lawyers and criminal defense attorneys. They have over 65 years of experience resolving nurse DUI and criminal charges while balancing plea, disclosure, and other considerations key to protecting your nursing license.
2. Nursing License Investigation, Interview
You will typically first become aware of a nurse license investigation when a BRN or DCA Division of Investigation investigator contacts you to setup an interview or you receive a board letter that:
- Requests employment records release authorization,
- Provides legal notice of an investigation or formal accusation, or
- Offers for you to voluntarily enter the Board’s Intervention Program.
DCA investigators are former police officers, DEA agents and other experienced investigators with years of experience in the art of interrogation and conducting investigations. They often appear friendly, casually asking to “hear your side of the story.” In reality, they are meticulously building their case against you.
If you’ve been contacted by BRN, BVNPT or DCA investigators, call our California Board of Registered Nursing investigation attorney at (844) 325-1444. We will help you carefully develop a strategy and response that doesn’t unintentionally incriminate you or weaken your defense.
Representation by an experienced nurse license defense attorney can greatly increase the odds of resolving your case in the investigation phase with no disciplinary action.
Important Note: If your case can be resolved in the investigation stage, the allegation against you will not be published on the Board’s website or Breeze.
3. Formal Accusation Filed
Once the Attorney General files a Formal Accusation against your license, it will become a public record published on the Board’s website and Breeze. An Accusation is a formal pleading document by the Attorney General and your Board outlining why they wish to suspend, revoke or have you voluntarily surrender your nursing license. It will also include a cost recovery statement discussing the Board’s investigation and enforcement costs you will be required to reimburse.
Once you receive the Accusation, you usually have 15 days to respond or you will lose your license via a default decision. If you retain our BRN defense lawyer to resolve your case, we need to quickly file a ‘Notice of Defense’ to begin a dual defense track:
- a) Negotiate: Carefully negotiate the best terms possible for a Stipulated Settlement with the Attorney General’s Office. If terms can be reached that you agree with, a Stipulated Settlement and Disciplinary Order will be executed to resolve the matter. The order will outline the terms you will abide by in order to keep your license.
- b) Prepare for Hearing: If needed, prepare for a Hearing with the Department of Justice, Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH).
Receiving a Formal Accusation can be a devastating experience – especially for nurses who are at heart warm, healing caregivers. This is when the expert counsel of an experienced nurse license defense lawyer can guide your response. We have decades of experience successfully representing nurses in the same exact situation.
You can utilize our experience to inform your decision making process, develop holistic defense strategies and secure the best outcome possible. We work diligently to present you in the best possible light, identify weaknesses in the Board’s case and explain how you are so much more than the list of allegations described in the Accusation.
If you have received an Accusation, contact us as soon as possible to review your case and preserve your rights to defend yourself.
4. Administrative Hearing at OAH
If your matter cannot be resolved in the Accusation stage, an Administrative Hearing will be necessary at the Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH) in Los Angeles, Oakland, Sacramento or San Diego. This is a legal proceeding with a presiding Administrative Law Judge deciding the merits of your case and your fate.
The hearing will occur at OAH with a Judge, your counsel and a Deputy Attorney General with many years of experience. Both sides will be able to argue their case and present evidence subject to rules of evidence. The Judge will take the information presented under consideration and has 30 days to render a decision (CA Govt Code § 11517). The most common outcome of a Hearing is the retention of the license subject to some form of probationary terms.
Robert K. Weinberg, Melissa DuChene, and Suzanne Crouts have over 65 years experience representing clients in OAH, California Superior Courts, and U.S. Federal Courts for professional license and criminal matters. They have handled over 6,500 cases and hearings, and are prepared to vigorously defend you and skillfully challenge any evidence presented.
5. Writ of Mandamus Appeal
If you have lost a licensing case in an OAH Hearing, a writ of administrative mandamus provides a method of appealing the decision in California Superior Court. A licensee usually has 30 days from the effective date of the OAH decision to file the writ petition in Superior Court.
If your lawyer believes errors were made in the OAH Judge’s ruling, a writ of mandamus can provide relief. If a writ petition does not produce a favorable ruling, the next venue with jurisdiction is the California Court of Appeals. Appeals are a highly technical area of law with complex timeline, evidentiary and scope of review limitations.
6. License Reinstatement or Penalty Relief
Chudnovsky Law represents nurses submitting petitions for reinstatement and penalty relief. Nurses can petition the California Board of Registered Nursing for a reduction in penalties, early termination of probation, or reinstatement of a previously revoked license. Varying time periods apply before a petition can be filed:
- Petition for license reinstatement may be filed three years after the effective date of the surrender or revocation. For a license surrender or revocation due to impairment due to mental or physical illness, the petition may be filed one year after the effective date of the disciplinary action.
- Petition for early termination of probation may be filed after two years have passed from the effective date of the disciplinary action or the date the license was issued in probationary status for ordered probation periods of three years or more. If the period of ordered probation is less than three years, the petition can be filed after one year has elapsed from the effective date of the action.
- Petition for modification of penalties may be filed after at least one year has passed from the effective date of the disciplinary action or the date the license was issued in probationary status.
The BRN can deny a petition filed within 2 years of the effective date of the prior decision without a hearing or argument. The BRN will not consider a petition if:
- The petitioner is under sentence for any criminal offense, including court-imposed probation or parole.
- Petitioner is subject to an order of registration as a sex offender (290 pc).
- There is a pending accusation or petition to revoke probation against the petitioner.
Chudnovsky Law is experienced in creating winning petitions for license reinstatement and penalty relief. Call us at (844) 325-1444 to review your options and how we can help protect you at every stage of nursing license defense.
Nurse criminal defense attorney
Criminal charges, law enforcement investigations, DUI and criminal convictions create serious risks to your California nursing license. Even minor misdemeanor offenses can trigger license investigations and disciplinary actions that put your livelihood in danger.
It is critical for nurses to hire a nurse criminal defense attorney or nurse DUI lawyer that is an expert in both nurse license and criminal law. Nurses have unique defense requirements that must be meticulously executed to achieve the best possible outcome.
Robert K. Weinberg, Suzane Crouts, and Melissa DuChene are rare nurse defense attorneys with expertise in both professional license defense and criminal defense. They are adept at handling nurse, pharmacist, dentist and healthcare license defense cases while navigating the complex intersection of federal and California administrative and criminal laws. They have over 50 years experience defending nurses facing every kind of criminal matter, including:
- All misdemeanor and felony charges
- State, DEA and Federal criminal investigations
- Nurse DUI, DUI drugs, felony DUI
- Federal crimes and DEA offenses
- Prescription offenses
- Drug diversion and medication wasting
- Domestic violence
- Sex crimes, sexual misconduct
- Financial fraud, insurance fraud
Nurse criminal charges need to be carefully resolved in a way that balances plea and other license considerations critical to protecting your nursing license.
The period immediately after you become aware of a criminal charge or investigation is a critical window to make every effort to get the investigation closed and charge reduced or dismissed.
If you are under investigation or have been arrested for any alleged criminal offense, contact as early as possible to schedule a consultation to review your case and actions needed to protect your license and career.
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9 questions to ask a nurse criminal defense lawyer before hiring:
- How many nurse criminal defense cases have you handled?
- How many nursing license defense cases have you handled?
- Do you have expertise in both professional licensing and criminal law?
- What do you do differently for nurse defense cases?
- What is your track record getting criminal charges reduced or dismissed?
- How do you charge for your services? Do you offer a flat fee?
- What are the credentials of the attorney that will actually handle my case?
- Will my case get handed off to a less experienced attorney?
- Do you know how many of your nurse clients had their license revoked?
We represent all California nurses
There are many types of nursing licenses with varying requirements and qualifications standards. We represent all nurses licensed by the California Board of Registered Nursing and the Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians:
- Registered Nurses (RN)
- Licensed Vocational Nurses (LVN)
- Licensed Practicing Nurses (LPN)
- Nurse Practitioners (NP)
- Clinical Nurse Specialists (CNS)
- Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRN)
- Obstetrics Nurses (OB or OB/GYN Nurse)
- Certified Nurse Midwives (CNM)
- Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
- Psychiatric Technician (PT)
Nurse Intervention Program (Diversion)
The BRN offers a confidential, voluntary Intervention Program (also known as Diversion Program) for nurses whose competency may be impaired by substance use disorder or mental illness. Deciding whether to enroll in the program is a major decision that should be considered carefully. The Intervention Program is invasive and expensive – and it can still end in a disciplinary action against your license.
For some nurses, it can be a helpful way to achieve sobriety and refocus on living a healthy life. Other nurses find that the Intervention Program would be inappropriate for them. If the BRN sends you a letter offering the Intervention Program, it is important to contact us to review with an experienced lawyer to understand your legal options and what is appropriate for your needs.
- New BRN Rules and Regulations – 2023
- Can nurses smoke marijuana?
- Nurse Support Group Locator
- BRN Strategic Plan 2025-2025
- BRN Continuing Education For License Renewal – 2023
About our attorneys
Chudnovsky Law is a team of experienced professional license defense and criminal defense lawyers. The firm is rated Top 100 Trial Lawyers by The National Trial Lawyers, an honor only given to an elite group of lawyers for exceptional skills and qualifications in the practice of law.
The firm’s nurse defense attorneys, Robert K Weinberg, Suzanne Crouts, and Melissa DuChene have a combined 65+ years experience practicing law. They are known and respected by clients, investigators, prosecutors, and judges as honest, compassionate and highly capable advocates for nurses. We take a comprehensive, holistic approach to defending nurses and employ every resource we have to secure a favorable outcome.
Robert K. Weinberg, Suzanne Crouts, and Melissa DuChene have handled over 6,500 cases, nursing board hearings, and court trials for professional license defense, federal, and state criminal defense matters. They are authorities in the complex intersection of licensing and criminal law for nursing, medical, pharmacy and all healthcare licensees.
A dedication to client service and delivering results has made Chudnovsky Law amongst the top-rated nursing license defense attorneys in California:
- 5 Star Rating by Martindale
- 5 Star Rating by Lawyers
- 5 Star Rating on Google
- 5 Star Rating on Findlaw
- 10.0 Superb Rating on Avvo
To speak with an attorney about your case and see if we are the best nursing license attorneys for you, call (844) 325-1444 to contact us.
“I was referred to Melissa Duchene by another attorney I know. He connected us for my nursing issue and gave her the highest recommendation. This has turned out to be one of the best referrals I’ve ever received…Melissa has been a lifesaver! She is an expert in defending healthcare workers and was very effective in resolving my matter. She’s been so supportive and helpful at every step in the process. She carefully coached and prepared me for a high stakes interview that turned out to be critical. Thank you Melissa! I don’t know what I would have done without you! ❤”
“I have been an RN for 16 years with a perfect record at my hospital. I found myself needing a nursing lawyer for the first time in my life after getting a DUI in Los Angeles. This was the most humbling and distressing experience I’ve ever experienced.
Attorneys Suzanne Crouts and Nicole Enyart represented me with both the DUI case and BRN investigation that followed. They were very knowledgable, attentive and kind. I was given their cell phone numbers and they were always very responsive and supportive.
In a nutshell, I learned a lot of patience is needed when going through this process. I allowed them to take care of everything for me. It was clear they are experts in DUI defense and nursing regulations. Suzanne and Nicole did exactly what they promised and I could not have asked for better representation. They were worth every penny I spent to have such a down to earth and competent legal team fighting for my career and reputation.”
“Chudnovsky Law is a very professional and effective law firm. Robert Weinberg handled my complex case involving federal criminal law and medical licensing laws. He was always honest, up front and direct with expert advice and solutions. I have no complaints on a high stakes, difficult case.”
“I can only say positive things about Robert Weinberg and Chudnovsky Law. Fred and Heidi were also very helpful. I interviewed several professional license defense lawyers and Robert and his team made it clear they really cared about me and protecting my nursing license and career. They put a lot of work into my case and always kept me up to date and returned my calls. I could not be more pleased in how they resolved my case and helped me get through this very scary period. I recommend them to any nurse or medical license professional that need an expert lawyer.”
“Even though I find myself intimidated by attorneys, I found this law firm to be very effective and easy to work with. I was very comfortable with Melissa Duchene representing me. Her friendly demeanor put me at ease, and her clear expertise at handling nurse DUI cases made me feel very well represented. She was always respectful, kind, and hyper focused on protecting me and my nursing license. Thank you for everything Melissa!”
“I can give Chudnovsky Law and attorney Robert Weinberg a strong recommendation. He resolved a dangerous investigation against our assisted living facility that could have resulted in federal criminal charges and losing our medical license. The case was closed with no action. Robert was a consummate professional and very effective at clearing our name. If you need an expert professional license defense attorney that is enjoyable to work with, give him a call.”
When looking for a nursing license defense attorney near me, please note we represent nurses in Los Angeles County, Orange County, Riverside County, San Bernardino County, San Diego County, Santa Clara County, Alameda County, Sacramento County, Contra Costa County, and all of California, including:
Los Angeles County: Agoura Hills, Alhambra, Arcadia, Baldwin Park, Bellflower, Beverly Hills, Brentwood, Buena Park, Burbank, Canoga Park, Carson, Cerritos, Chatsworth, Compton, Culver City, Diamond Bar, Downey, Downtown Los Angeles, El Monte, El Segundo, Encino, Gardena, Glendora, Glendale, Granada Hills, Hawthorne, Hermosa Beach, Hollywood, Huntington Park, Inglewood, La Canada-Flintridge, La Habra, La Mirada, Lakewood, Lancaster, Long Beach, Los Angeles, Lynwood, Malibu, Manhattan Beach, Monrovia, Montebello, Monterey Park, North Hollywood, Northridge, Norwalk, Pacoima, Palmdale, Pasadena, Pico Rivera, Pomona, Rancho San Fernando, Redondo Beach, Reseda, Rosemead, San Dimas, San Fernando Valley, Santa Clarita, Santa Monica, Sherman Oaks, Simi Valley, South Pasadena, Sylmar, Tarzana, Thousand Oaks, Toluca Lake, Torrance, Van Nuys, Venice, Walnut, West Covina, West Hollywood, Whittier and Woodland Hills.
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Orange County: Aliso Viejo, Anaheim, Brea, Buena Park, Costa Mesa, Cypress, Dana Point, Fountain Valley, Fullerton, Garden Grove, Huntington Beach, Irvine, La Habra, La Palma, Laguna Beach, Laguna Hills, Laguna Niguel, Laguna Woods, Lake Forest, Los Alamitos, Mission Viejo, Newport Beach, Orange, Placentia, Rancho Santa Margarita, San Clemente, San Juan Capistrano, Santa Ana, Seal Beach, Stanton, Tustin, Villa Park, Westminster and Yorba Linda.
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Riverside County: Riverside, Moreno Valley, Corona, Temecula, Murrieta, Jurupa Valley, Indio, Hemet, Perris, Palm Desert and Palm Springs. | San Bernardino County: San Bernardino, Fontana, Rancho Cucamonga, Ontario, Victorville, Rialto, Hesperia, Chino, Upland, Apple Valley and Redlands. | San Diego County: San Diego, Chula Vista, Oceanside, Escondido, Carlsbad, El Cajon, Vista, San Marcos, Encinitas and National City.
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Santa Barbara County: Carpinteria, Gaviota, Goleta, Isla Vista, Lompoc, Los Olivos, Montecito, Orcutt, Santa Barbara, Santa Maria, Santa Ynez, Solvang, and UC Santa Barbara. | Ventura County: Camarillo, Fillmore, Simi Valley, Ojai, Oxnard, Port Hueneme, Thousand Oaks, and Ventura.
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Alameda County: Alameda, Albany, Berkeley, Dublin, Emeryville, Fremont, Hayward, Livermore, Newark, Oakland, Piedmont, Pleasanton, San Leandro, Union City. | Alpine County: Alpine Village. | Amador County: Ione, Jackson, Plymouth, Sutter Creek. | Butte County: Oroville, Chico, Durham, Gridley, Magalia, Oroville, Oroville East, Palermo, Paradise, South Oroville, Thermalito. | Calaveras County: Angels Camp, Arnold, Copperopolis, Rancho Calaveras, San Andreas, Valley Springs. | Colusa County: Arbuckle, Colusa, Maxwell, Williams. | Contra Costa County: Antioch, Brentwood, Concord, Danville, El Cerrito, Hercules, Lafayette, Martinez, Oakley, Orinda, Pinole, Pittsburg, Pleasant Hill, Richmond, San Pablo, San Ramon, Walnut Creek. | Del Norte County: Crescent City, Bertsch-Oceanview, Klamath. | El Dorado County: Cameron Park, Diamond Springs, El Dorado Hills, Placerville, Pollock Pines, Shingle Springs, South Lake Tahoe.
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Fresno County: Clovis, Coalinga, Fresno, Reedley, Sanger, Selma. | Glenn County: Hamilton City, Orland, Willows. | Humboldt County: Arcata, Cutten, Eureka, Fortuna, Humboldt Hill, McKinleyville, Myrtletown, Ridgewood. | Imperial County: Brawley, Calexico, Calipatria, El Centro, Imperial, Salton City. | Inyo County: Big Pine, Bishop, Lone Pine, West Bishop. | Kern County: Arvin, Bakersfield, California City, Delano, McFarland, Ridgecrest, Shafter, Taft, Tehachapi, Wasco. | Kings County: Avenal, Concoran, Hanford, Lemoore, Lemoore Station. | Lake County:Clearlake, Clearlake Oaks, Clearlake Riviera, Kelseyville, Lakeport, Lucerne, North Lakeport. | Lassen County: Janesville, Susanville, Westwood. | Madera County: Ahwahnee, Bonadelle Ranchos, Chowchilla, Coarsegold, Madera, Madera Acres, Madera Ranchos, Yosemite Lakes. | Marin County: Corte Madera, Larkspur, Marin, Mill Valley, Novato, San Anselmo, San Rafael, Sausalito. | Mariposa County: Lake Don Pedro, Mariposa, Midpines, Yosemite Valley. | Mendocino County: Brooktrails, Fort Bragg, Redwood City, Ukiah, Willits. | Merced County:Atwater, Dehli, Dos Palos, Franklin, Gustine, Livingston, Los Banos, Merced, Winton. | Modoc County: Alturas, California Pines. | Mono County: Crowley Lake, Mammoth Lakes.
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Monterey County: Carmel Valley, Carmel-by-the-Sea, Castroville, Gonzales, Greenfield, King City, Marina, Monterey, Pacific Grove, Salinas, Seaside, Soledad. | Napa County: American Canyon, Calistoga, Napa, St Helena, Yountville. | Nevada County: Grass Valley, Lake of the Pines, Lake Wildwood, Nevada City, Truckee. | Placer County: Auburn, Granite Bay, Lincoln, Loomis, North Auburn, Rocklin, Roseville. | Plumas County: Chester, East Quincy, Portola, Quincy. | Sacramento County: Antelope, Arden-Arcade, Carmichael, Citrus Heights, Elk Grove, Fair Oaks, Florin, Folsom, Foothill Farms, Galt, North Highlands, Orangeville, Rancho Cordova, Rosemont, Sacramento, Vineyard. | San Benito County: Aromas, Hollister, Ridgemark.
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San Francisco County: Bayview, Chinatown, Japan Town, Mission District, Pacific Heights, Richmond District, San Francisco, Stonestown, Sunset District, Union Square. | San Joaquin County: Lathrop, Lodi, Manteca, Ripon, Stockton, Tracy. | San Luis Obispo County: Arroyo Grande, Atascadero, Grover Beach, Morro Bay, Paso Robles, Pismo Beach, San Luis Obispo. | San Mateo County: Belmont, Burlingame, Daly City, East Palo Alto, Foster City, Half Moon Bay, Hillsborough, Menlo Park, Millbrae, Pacifica, Redwood City, San Bruno, San Carlos, San Mateo, South San Francisco.
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Santa Clara County: Campbell, Cupertino, Gilroy, Milpitas, Morgan Hill, Mountain View, Palo Alto, San Jose, Santa Clara, Sunnyvale. | Santa Cruz County: Aptos, Ben Lomond, Capitola, Interlaken, Live Oak, Rio Del Mar, Santa Cruz, Scotts Valley, Soquel, Watsonville. | Shasta County: Anderson, Bella Vista, Cottonwood, Happy Valley, Palo Cedro, Redding, Shasta Lake. | Sierra County: Loyalton, Sierra Brooks. | Siskiyou County: Dunsmuir, Lake Shastina, Mount Shasta, Weed, Yreka. | Solano County: Benicia, Dixon, Fairfield, Suisun City, Vacaville, Vallejo. | Sonoma County:Healdsberg, Petaluma, Rohnert Park, Santa Rosa, Sonoma, Windsor. | Stanislaus County: Ceres, Modesto, Oakdale, Patterson, Riverbank, Salida, Turlock. | Sutter County: Live Oak, Sutter, Yuba City. | Tehama County: Corning, Lake California, Los Molinos, Red Bluff. | Trinity County: Hayfork, Lewiston, Post Mountain, Weaverville. | Tulare County: Dinuba, Exeter, Farmersville, Lindsay, Porterville, Tulare, Woodlake, Visalia. | Tuolumne County: Jamestown, Mono Vista, Phoenix Lake, Sonora. | Yolo County: Davis, West Sacramento, Winters, Woodland. | Yuba County: Linda, Loma Rica, Marysville, Olivehurst, Plumas Lake, Wheatland.
This information does not constitute legal advice and is not a substitute for individual case consultation and research. No representations are made as to the accuracy of this information and appropriate legal counsel should be consulted before taking any actions. Contact us for a consultation regarding your case to see if we are the best California Board of Registered Nursing license defense attorneys for you.