What To Do After Receiving A Petition For Appropriate Relief
If there has been a violation of the consent agreement and order, the prosecutor may file a petition for appropriate relief alleging that the professional violated the terms of the consent agreement and requesting that the board:
- Make a probable cause determination that the professional violated the terms and conditions of the agreement
- Issue a preliminary order vacating its previous order staying the suspension in this matter, terminating the period of probation and actively responding to the professional’s license
If you have received a petition for appropriate relief, you should immediately contact our office. Without action on your part, you may suffer the suspension or permanent loss of your professional license.
Protecting Your Future
When you work with our law firm, our experienced attorneys will file an answer on your behalf and request a hearing. Even if you have violated the consent agreement by failing a drug screen or failing to comply with other provisions of the original consent agreement, there may be mitigating factors involved that will allow us to effectively argue in your favor. As your law firm, we will push hard for the reinstatement of your probation and the reactivation of your professional license. Our attorneys will work closely with you throughout the process, pursuing all possible options to help you maintain your license, your career and your future.
Contact Our Professional License Defense Law Firm
The Law Offices of Brian E. Quinn provides dedicated legal services to Pennsylvania residents who are facing license suspension or revocation. To schedule a consultation at our Philadelphia law office, contact us online or call 866-657-7318.