Southern California Professional Licensing Attorney – Real Estate Agents
If you or someone you know has been convicted of a DUI in Southern California
and holds a real estate license, the
California Bureau of Real Estate may suspend or revoke your license. The Law Offices of Scott Henry is
here to help because the firm has dedicated its practice to DUI defense.
The Commissioner of the Bureau of Real Estate has broad discretion when
a licensee has been convicted of a crime. You need a leading professional
licensing lawyer to represent you at all proceedings from the first arraignment
through post-conviction hearings. Call the offices toll-free today for
a free, initial case consultation.
Disciplinary Actions for Real Estate Agents
The California Bureau of Real Estate might delay the renewal of a license,
suspend or revoke the license, or deny issuance to an applicant who has
entered a plea of guilty -
nolo contendere - or been found guilty / convicted of a felony.
The board is given discretion to take action against a licensee who has
been convicted of a crime substantially related to the qualifications,
functions, or duties of a real estate licensee. You may be entitled to
a hearing or an individual meeting prior to a decision being made on the
standing of your real estate license. The commissioner takes convictions
very seriously. You need to hire a professional licensing attorney immediately
after arrest to preserve your rights and fight the charges against you.
Substantially Related Crimes for Real Estate Licensees
While there is no set definition of substantially related crimes, the Board
has generally found that crimes involving dishonesty, drugs, alcohol,
and sex offenses may be substantially related to the qualifications, functions,
or duties of a real estate licensee. If you or a loved one were arrested
for a crime and hold a real estate license, you need to call today. The
Law Offices of Scott Henry is prepared to assist you with all aspects
of your case.