Professional Licensing Defense for Teachers

If you are a teacher in Southern California and have been arrested for driving under the influence (DUI), the first call you need to make is to a qualified professional licensing attorney who can assist you with the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing. The Law Offices of Scott Henry can assist you with the following issues:

  • Pre-accusation investigations
  • Accusations from the licensing board
  • Formal hearings
  • Inquiry response
  • Mandatory reporting

Riverside DUI Representation for Teachers

If you are arrested for drunk driving in Riverside and you hold a teaching credential, the Commission on Teacher Credentialing or CTC may proceed with an investigation or inquiry into the arrest and, ultimately, a conviction. Many times, the main concern of the CTC is that you do not have an underlying addiction problem which could substantially affect your ability to perform teaching duties.

At the Law Offices of Scott Henry, the firm can help you find an addiction specialist who can evaluate you and issue findings on whether or not there is an underlying addiction problem. This could help to alleviate any concerns from the CTC and ultimately save your teaching credential.

San Bernardino DUI Representation for Teachers

Being arrested for DUI in San Bernardino can be a traumatic experience. If convicted, you could be facing high fines, compulsory alcohol program attendance, loss of driving privileges, and even jail time. You do not want to face these serious consequences alone. You could also be facing financial hardship if your teaching credentials are suspended or revoked. Act now. Call the Law Offices of Scott Henry for a free case consultation. The firm is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Southern California Teaching Applicants

If you are applying for your teaching credentials and you've been arrested for DUI, you could be prevented from obtaining your professional teaching license. It is required that you report any criminal convictions for a misdemeanor or felony offense, even an offense that has been dismissed under Penal Code Section 1203.4. If you are a licensed teacher or you are applying to become a teacher and have been arrested for a DUI in Southern California, call the offices today.