Dr. David SeubertPERSONAL CONDUCT
Medical professionals can be accused of criminal offenses not directly related to their practices. Such accusations may impact professional licensure as well as the loss of dignity and respect from patients and colleagues. Our firm represents licensed healthcare professionals accused of:
Driving While Intoxicated (DWI)
Drug Possession, Manufacturing & Delivery
Obtaining Controlled Substances by Fraud and Deceit
Matrimonial disputes including domestic violence
Failure to provide Alimony and Child Support
Offenses Involving Death (Murder, Manslaughter, Criminally Negligent Homicide)
Offenses Involving Sexual Misconduct
It is imperative that a licensee accused of offenses related to professional practice or personal conduct seek immediate professional counsel to assist in decision making and explain the ramifications that a charge or plea agreement may have upon licensure application, renewal or the filing of misconduct charges. Moreover, because we represent clients with the entirety of their professional practice in mind, we can provide sound advice, advocacy, and a strong criminal defense without losing sight of the client’s desire to continue working in his or her chosen profession. Furthermore, the possibility for miscommunication with a client or between attorneys is minimized so that the client’s primary interests and concerns can dictate strategy.
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