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Peace officer certification revoked for unprofessional conduct, improper dealings with inmates.

Topic: Professional Licensing, Decided by Judge Howells 
Docket Number: 1707311 , Decision Date: 2016-11-08 
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The Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) Council properly revoked the POST certification of a former corrections officer based on evidence that the officer possessed an unauthorized weapon (a shank) around violent inmates, gave special treatment to homosexual inmates, and allowed an inmate with [..] Read More..

Used motor vehicle dealer license revoked.

Topic: Professional Licensing, Decided by Judge Woodard 
Docket Number: 1705373 , Decision Date: 2016-10-25 
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The Court upheld the decision of the Board of Registration of Used Motor Vehicle Dealers and Used Motor Vehicle Parts Dealers to revoke a dealer’s license to operate as a used motor vehicle dealer based on evidence that the dealer failed to apply for a [..] Read More..

Allegations not included in Statement of Matters Asserted cannot serve as a basis for sanction.

Topic: Professional Licensing, Decided by Judge Miller 
Docket Number: ***** , Decision Date: 2016-07-21 
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The Georgia Board of Nursing was authorized to impose a sanction against a licensee due to her violation of a consent order wherein she agreed to abstain from alcohol and controlled substances, attend aftercare treatment, and ensure that the Board received quarterly aftercare reports.  However, [..] Read More..

Agency’s definition of “moral turpitude” unchanged by case law.

Topic: Professional Licensing, Decided by Judge Brown 
Docket Number: 1624258 , Decision Date: 2016-03-15 
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A Department of Driver Services regulation prohibits recertification of a DUI Program Instructor or Director who has been convicted of a crime of “moral turpitude.”  At the time the regulation was promulgated, Georgia courts held that the phrase encompassed shoplifting, and that a witness could [..] Read More..

LPN’s license revoked for diverting meds and failing to undergo examination.

Topic: Professional Licensing, Decided by Judge Howells 
Docket Number: 1628845 , Decision Date: 2016-03-14 
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A licensed practical nurse (LPN) was ordered by the Georgia Board of Nursing to undergo a mental/physical examination following conduct in 2012 involving diverting narcotics, destroying records, and testing positive for opiates.  The Board sought to revoke the LPN’s license after she failed to comply [..] Read More..

Registered nurse suspended indefinitely for diverting controlled substances for personal use.

Topic: Professional Licensing, Decided by Judge Malihi 
Docket Number: 1634115 , Decision Date: 2016-04-11 
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While working in the emergency room of a hospital, a registered nurse repeatedly withdrew controlled substances from an automated medication administration machine, and failed to document that she thereafter administered them to patients.  The results of a drug screen indicated that the nurse had three [..] Read More..

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