Teacher Credential License Defense California
As a teacher, you are tasked with helping the state’s young learn and grow. Many teachers feel as if they were called to the profession. When allegations of improper conduct, DUI charges or substance abuse issues arise, your teaching license, your career and your very identity may be at stake.
License defense lawyer Scott J. Harris helps teachers throughout California protect their teaching licenses, their reputations, and their livelihoods during disciplinary investigations and proceedings from our Los Angeles area office.
Teacher License Defense Attorney Serving California
The California Commission on Teacher Credentialing oversees teachers in the state of California. Contrary to what many teachers believe, the Commission does not exist to provide support to teachers. Instead, the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing monitors teachers, investigates accusations of misconduct and disciplines teachers.
If an allegation of misconduct is made against a teacher, the commission may either privately or publicly admonish the teacher, suspend or revoke the teacher’s license. Common allegations of misconduct include:
- Criminal Charges, including DUIs
- Substance Abuse
- Boundary Issues, including improper relationships with or punishment of students
- Any Other Unprofessional Conduct
If you’ve been accused of wrongdoing, your reputation as a professional may be irreparably damaged. At S J Harris Law, we do everything in our power to defend our clients against license revocation or suspension and save their reputation during license discipline proceedings.
It is imperative to hire an attorney who is on your side. At S J Harris Law, we fight to protect our clients’ teaching licenses, their reputations and their careers.
Contact A Former Prosecutor To Represent You
Attorney Scott J. Harris is an experienced license defense litigator and former deputy attorney general and licensing board prosecutor. His experience prosecuting licensure discipline cases serves his clients well.
Because he has a unique understanding of how licensing agencies work, and the steps prosecutors take to build their cases, he is able to build strong license defense strategies that protect his clients’ licenses and their ability to earn a living.
Protect your license. Contact S J Harris Law today at 323-370-6139 for a free 30-minute consultation.