Defend your Professional License Against an Accusation – File your Notice of Defense

Defend your Professional License Against an Accusation – File your Notice of Defense

If your licensing agency serves you with an Accusation, you must submit a Notice of Defense in order to secure your rights to defend yourself. Usually you will have only 15 days from the date on which the Accusation was sent to you to file the Notice of Defense. It is essential that you read the documentation accompanying the Accusation carefully, and follow the instructions provided. Alternatively, you should immediately consult an attorney.

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