California Commission on Teacher Credentialing License Defense Attorney
The California Commission on Teacher Credentialing licenses and regulates numerous teaching professionals throughout the state. All licensees must adhere to the Business & Professions Code and regulations enacted by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing.
Licenses issued by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing include:
1) Adaptive Physical Education Specialist Credential
2) Audiology Credential
3) Child Development Permit
4) Clinical Services Credential
5) Rehabilitative Services Credential
6) School Nurse Services Credential
7) Special Education Credential
8) Speech Language Pathology Services Credential
9) Substitute Teaching Permit
10) Teacher Credential
The California Commission on Teacher Credentialing can initiate an investigation, issue a Citation or file an Accusation for the following acts:
1) Felony convictions
2) Misdemeanor convictions
3) Violations of the Business & Professions Code
The California Commission on Teacher Credentialing uses the “substantial relationship” test to determine whether a criminal conviction will affect one’s ability to practice. Any criminal conviction that is substantially related to the duties, qualifications and functions of a licensee will result in an investigation by the Board and filing of an Accusation.
These violations of the Business & Professions Code can also trigger an Accusation:
1) Alcohol Use Violations
2) Controlled Substance Violations
3) Failure to Make Reports
4) Gross Negligence
5) Narcotics Use Violations
6) Unlicensed Activity
7) Unprofessional Conduct
8) Vehicle Code Violations
Potential consequences of an investigation, citation or Accusation include:
1) CCTC license suspension
2) CCTC license revocation
3) CCTC license probation
4) Criminal charges
5) Administrative fines
California Commission on Teacher Credentialing licensees are often charged with criminal offenses in California:
Many California Commission on Teacher Credentialing licensees are charged with criminal offenses in California. Law enforcement officers throughout the state investigate California Commission on Teacher Credentialing licensees for criminal law violations. The California Attorney General’s Office conducts sting operations designed to catch individuals violating the law.
If you possess a California Commission on Teacher Credentialing license and are facing an investigation or Accusation, contact the Law Offices of Seth Weinstein at (310) 707-7131.
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