The investigative inquiry is the primary tool by which boards gather information about a licensees conduct. At the investigative inquiry, the board or committee of the board will be present along with an attorney for the board.
The attorney for the board or board members will be asking questions of the licensee. In addition, the board may also ask questions of other witnesses to the subject matter of the investigation.
Licensees have an absolute right to counsel at these investigative inquiries….and if you have the board’s attorneys asking you questions, it might be wise to have you own attorney with you.
If you are facing an investigative inquiry by a licensing board in NJ, why not call me at 973-377-0007 and tell me what’s going on and I’ll advise.