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“I Can Still Work After I Get Out, Right?” Licensed Professionals in Texas Before and After A Criminal Case

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“I Can Still Work After I Get Out, Right?” Licensed Professionals in Texas Before and After A Criminal Case
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Occ. Code Chapter 53 empowers state agencies to deny or revoke occupational licenses based on criminal history, but that power is limited in crucial ways. Explore how to advise criminal defendants about licensing consequences before they plea in a criminal case and explore the options available after a conviction or a deferred adjudication.

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  • Total Credit Hours:
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  • Credit Info
  • TX, CA
  • Specialization: Administrative Law
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 11/30/2023

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Joseph T. Marcee, Jon Eugene Porter Jr., Trevor Theilen

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“I Can Still Work After I Get Out, Right?” Licensed Professionals in Texas Before and After A Criminal Case  (Oct 2022)

Occ. Code Chapter 53 empowers state agencies to deny or revoke occupational licenses based on criminal history, but that power is limited in crucial ways. Explore how to advise criminal defendants about licensing consequences before they plea in a criminal case and explore the options available after a conviction or a deferred adjudication.

Originally presented: Sep 2022 Advanced Texas Administrative Law Seminar

Joseph T. Marcee, Law Office of Joseph T. Marcee - Georgetown, TX
Jon Eugene Porter Jr., McDonald, Mackay, Porter & Weitz, LLP - Austin, TX
Trevor Theilen, Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation - Austin, TX