There are over one hundred professions regulated by Kentucky law. A criminal investigation or conviction can ban you from practicing in the field you worked so hard to join. We help nurses, doctors, lawyers, CDL drivers, and other professionals keep their license and their job.
If you are charged with a crime or facing investigation by your licensing board, you know how hopeless things can feel. You are battling for your livelihood and your freedom at the same time. The rules in one proceeding may be completely different than the rules in another. Good people can make mistakes. Innocent people can be accused of crimes or neglect that they did not commit. If you have a professional license and it is in jeopardy we can fight to keep what you earned.
If you or a loved one are facing a criminal charge or an investigation from a licensing board, contact our Lexington criminal defense and professional licensing attorneys at Clark Law PLLC. We can listen to the facts and help you decide what is best for you. We have helped professionals from all walks clear their name and keep their license.
Call us now at (859) 474-0001 or schedule a free phone appointment below.
What Licensing Boards Have You Worked With?
Over 100 different professions in Kentucky have licensing restrictions for professionals based upon misconduct and criminal allegations. We have successfully represented professionals in the following fields who were facing criminal charges:
- Certified Financial Planners
- Social Workers
- Commercial Drivers License (CDL)
- Many others
Bradley D. Clark Receiving the 2017 Young Professional Alumni Award from UK College of Law Dean Brennen
Recent Professional Licensing Case Results
- Case Dismissed For Client Facing Class C Felony and Deportation - Our client was facing up to ten years in prison for the Class C Felony of Burglary Second Degree (KRS ...
- Felony Possession Case Voided and Sealed - Our client was completing her Masters in Social Work and looking to remove an old felony possession of a controlled ...
- Client Charged With Speeding Over 26mph Receives Probation, Not License Suspension - A client was charged with Reckless Driving (KRS 189.290) and Speeding in Excess of 26 Miles Per Hour Over the ...
“Do I Have to Report a DUI To My Licensing Board?”
We frequently get this question, and the answer is that it depends. Many professions only require you to report felonies. Some can require that you report even minor moving violations. Sometimes it may make sense to negotiate pleading to a different offense of the same level. Our attorneys are dedicated to prioritizing the outcome in your case to get the best possible result for you.