Nurse License Defense Attorney
A criminal charge, if not handled competently, can have a negative impact on your license, ranging from probation to extended revocation. If you are a nurse in Texas, and have a criminal charge pending, call nurse license defense attorney Clay Graham to get straight talk on what you are facing by being subject to a board investigation.
His experience as both an attorney and registered nurse is the combination you need to ensure that your rights as an accused defendant, and your nursing license are protected. Additionally, Clay has former experience as an advocate for the Texas Peer Assistance Program for Nurses (TPAPN), and is knowledgeable about the program, as well as the case managers who operate the program.
Clay will defend you in the criminal court, and navigate communications with the board to ensure that you have the best possible outcome, and do everything so that you KEEP YOUR NURSING LICENSE!