Houston Administrative Law Lawyers Offering Professional Licensure And Administrative Hearing Defense
If you are facing possible professional sanctions, the attorneys at Tritico Rainey, can help you protect your reputation, your record and your livelihood. We represent individuals – teachers, doctors, law enforcement officers, and others – facing misconduct charges or licensing issues before various professional and state boards.
You are entitled to be represented by counsel in most administrative proceedings. Contact us to speak with one of our experienced Houston administrative law attorneys.
Public School Teachers
Our administrative law attorneys have significant experience representing public school teachers throughout Texas in administrative proceedings. Matters in which we regularly represent teachers include:
- Termination of employment
- Allegations of physical or sexual abuse
- Failure to follow directives
- Licensing issues (SBEC)
We also represent teachers in TAKS (Texas Assessment of Knowledge & Skills) exams in which students fail to meet minimum requirements. We represent teachers in all proceedings before SBEC (State Board for Educator Certification).
Our administrative law attorneys represent physicians and other medical professionals in peer review proceedings involving discipline and misconduct. Sanctions for misconduct and malpractice can include:
- Private notations
- Public notations
- Required supervision
- License suspension
- License revocation
Police Officers/Law Enforcement Officials
We defend police officers, sheriffs and other law enforcement personnel facing disciplinary action or unjustified shooting reviews. In Houston, police department matters can go to arbitration or to the Civil Service Commission. In the case of a shooting review, the case will go before a Grand Jury. In the Sheriff’s Department, however, there is no outside review committee. It is always advisable to have legal representation at any of these proceedings.