When a licensed healthcare or other professional is under investigation, or has been arrested, and comes to us for help, we do not refer to the issue as a criminal matter. For a licensed professional, it is so much more than that.
We refer to it as a confidential legal matter. Why do we do that?
Although it’s common that someone in your position to be concerned with having a criminal record, how it impacts your license, and if probation or other resources are an option…. you have another issue to worry about.
As a licensed professional, you have so much more at risk than most other professionals. Besides eventual appearances before the NJ licensing boards, or the SEC if you’re on Wall Street, your standing in the community could be damaged as well.
Many times, on a personal and family level, your situation can become much worse because local news services love to highlight licensed professionals in their crime reports.
So, one of the first things we do for our clients facing a confidential legal matter is address possible publicity in a quick and effective manner.
Concurrently, we address the prosecutions efforts utilizing our skills and experience honed over two decades.
And for court dates, we push for appearances when the courtroom is empty, further lessening the chance of negative publicity.
Although most confidential legal matters involve drunk driving, drug abuse, fraud or sex charges, we have a statewide reputation for handling any confidential legal matter quickly and effectively….as well as addressing any action by the licensing boards.
We have successfully represented more than 1000 licensed professionals – and are prepared to do the same for you.
We invite you to call us for an immediate, confidential consultation at 973-377-0007.