Professionals working a variety of fields require licenses to conduct business legitimately. When a professional license is brought into question, potentially due to suspected criminal activity, a person’s livelihood is on the line. Without preparation, the Department of Commerce (DOC) could suspend or revoke their license, destroying their reputation and making it difficult to earn a living.
Are you staring down the real possibility of having your professional license taken away by the DOC? You have to start working on a defense case or argument right away if you want to continue practicing in your field. Brockton D. Hunter P.A. and our license defense lawyers in Minnesota are here to help you gain an advantage by putting our extensive legal knowledge, including white collar crimes defense experience, to work for you.
Contact us to learn more about how we can help you protect your license.
Many people who are informed that they are under investigation from the Department of Commerce are often quite surprised. Having always done their best to run an honest and profitable business or practice, they might have no idea why the DOC has targeted their professional license. No matter the circumstances of your case and the history of your practice, you need to know why the DOC wants to permanently revoke or temporarily suspend your license if you are to defend yourself against them.
Four reasons the DOC can remove a professional’s license are:
It is uncommon for a DOC license investigation to actually escalate into a criminal investigation. Instead, if the legitimacy of your practice and license are in question, you will most likely face a licensing board disciplinary hearing, which takes on an administrative role. You have the right to bring an attorney with you to this hearing to speak on your behalf, explain legal statutes, and prepare your case beforehand.
If you live in Minnesota and need to prepare for a licensing board disciplinary hearing, or even a criminal investigation against you, Brockton D. Hunter P.A. should be your legal guide. Our Minneapolis DOC license investigation attorneys can bring unmatched legal knowledge and unrivaled courtroom know-how to your defense, fighting tooth and nail to keep you in business and your livelihood prosperous.
Call (612) 979-1112 or contact us online today to begin your case.