Professional Licensing Issues in Philadelphia

Work with a Criminal Defense Attorney

Criminal charges can become even more worrisome if they threaten your career. Some occupations require professional licenses, and if you are convicted of a crime – any crime – this license could be suspended. In some cases, the mere suggestion of criminal activity or disreputable activities is all it takes to jeopardize your professional license. At Parkinson, Tarpey & Lloyd, we understand how these proceedings work. Our Philadelphia criminal defense attorneys know how to defend you against such serious consequences.

We can help protect your license if you have the following type of occupation:

  • Nurse
  • Doctor
  • Social worker
  • Architect
  • Accountant
  • Pharmacist
  • Insurance agent
  • Therapist
  • Dentist
  • Real estate broker
  • Veterinarian

Our criminal defense lawyers in Philadelphia have more than four decades of combined legal experience. We understand the nuances of your case and we understand how to protect you competently. Each advocate on our respected legal team is a former assistant district attorney. We understand how to protect you in a licensing board proceeding and we are committed to protecting your interests and your career at this crucial time.

From gathering evidence to communicating directly with the licensing board to appearing at any proceedings to providing necessary documentation, our firm can take care of the details so you can focus on restructuring your career and moving on with your life.

Call us today for your free case consultation!

Whether you have been convicted of a crime or you are facing charges, protect your professional license by talking to a member of our team at Parkinson, Tarpey & Lloyd. We are ready to hear your side of the story and build a compelling defense on your behalf. Each Philadelphia criminal defense lawyer on our legal team is committed to fighting for our clients relentlessly and effectively.

Call Parkinson, Tarpey & Lloyd today to request your free case consultation either over the phone or in person with a dedicated attorney who can help your case.