THE RESPIRATORY CARE BOARD OF CALIFORNIA
The Respiratory Care Board of California handles the licensing of respiratory care professionals in California. The Respiratory Care Board is part of the California Department of Consumer Affairs based in Sacramento, California.
The Board enforces the Respiratory Care Practice Act found in the CA Business & Professions Code beginning with Section 3710. Business & Professions Code section 3718 gives the Board authority to issue, deny, suspend and revoke respiratory care licenses in California.
Such disciplinary proceedings are also governed by the California Code of Regulations and the CA Government Code – specifically the Administrative Procedures Act (“APA”) starting with Government Code section 11500. In sum, disciplinary matters concerning respiratory care licenses are complex legal matters best handled by an experienced California respiratory license defense attorney like Jonathan Turner.
SINCE 1998 SACRAMENTO CALIFORNIA ADMINISTRATIVE LAW ATTORNEY JONATHAN TURNER HAS BEEN REPRESENTING CALIFORNIA PROFESSIONALS ALL OVER THE STATE IN ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS CONCERNING THEIR LICENSES.
This representation includes assisting his clients during the initial investigatory stages of the process in which the Board often is collecting documents including personal statements from the licensee. It also includes handling his client’s response to the filing of a formal complaint by the Board (called an “Accusation” for license holders and a “Statement of Issues” for applicants). Department of Consumer Affairs License Defense Attorney Jonathan Turner knows how to quickly respond to the formal complaint by way of a Notice of Defense and Request for Discovery.
Sacramento California administrative law attorney Jonathan Turner also knows how to best prepare his client’s case for administrative hearing which is set at one of California’s Offices of Administrative Hearings following the filing of the Notice of Defense. Administrative hearings are formal court hearings which involve the exchange of discovery, issuance of subpoenas, submission of documentary exhibits and the taking of live witness testimony. Mr. Turner has handled dozens of such hearings all over the California from San Diego on up to Los Angeles, Oakland and Sacramento.
The Board has its own legal staff and may also be represented by the Attorney General during the hearing process. As such, you should have California respiratory license defense attorney like Jonathan Turner on your side as well. If you have a respiratory care license or are applying for such, and the Respiratory Care Board is investigating your fitness to hold the license and/or threatening to deny, suspend or revoke your license, contact Sacramento California administrative law attorney Jonathan Turner for a free consultation.
LEGAL TROUBLE WITH YOUR PROFESSIONAL LICENSING BOARD?
If you received a denial of a professional license or any threat to your ability to continue practicing your profession, please contact attorney Jonathan Turner using this contact form or call (916) 471-6506 for a personal conversation.