The California Commission on Teacher Credentialing regulates the licensing and disciplining of all teachers in the state. There are a number of potential actions that the board could take against your teaching privileges including pre-accusation investigations, accusations from the licensing board, a formal hearing, launching an inquiry and mandatory reporting. We can assist you with any of these actions by the board.
Your teaching credential may be at risk if you are arrested for driving under the influence in Orange County it's extremely important to avoid a teaching credential revocation. The CTC is generally concerned with an underlying addiction problem that could affect your ability to perform your teaching duties. Our offices can help you prove that there is no underlying addiction problem to alleviate the concerns of the commission. We will help you find a certified addiction specialist that can give a detailed report of your sobriety and potential for alcohol or drug abuse.
If you are applying for teaching credentials, you need to immediately consult an attorney after an arrest for a DUI. There are mandatory reporting requirements for those convicted of misdemeanors or felonies. Do not be prevented from obtaining your license because of one bad decision. Let our office help you fight the charges against you.