Getting an attorney involved as soon as possible has many advantages for you. If the agency is investigating you, communication between the agency and your attorney—with your help and input—may well convince the agency not to file any charges at all. Or that early intervention may allow your attorney to persuade the State to file less serious charges, carrying a less serious penalty, or fewer charges. It may be possible through early communications with the licensing agency's staff to affect the severity of the proposed penalty—moving from a revocation recommendation to a proposed penalty of short-term conditions, for example.
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