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Protecting Your Reputation And Your Career

In Texas, a criminal conviction can derail your career. Our state's Occupations Code* enables professional licensing authorities to "suspend or revoke a license, disqualify a person from receiving a license, or deny to a person the right to take a licensing examination" if an individual has been convicted of certain offenses.

Employees across all sectors — from the financial industry to the construction industry — find their careers threatened when they face criminal allegations. Nurses, doctors and health care professionals are often at special risk. Moderate offenses such as drunk driving or prescription drug possession can lead to a revocation of their professional licenses.

Defending Professionals Against A Full Range Of Charges

To protect your professional license, it is imperative to retain an attorney who understands how to present your case to the licensing authority. The law offices of Mark A. Di Carlo, PLLC, are qualified to assist. For more than three decades, Mark has provided crucial help to professionals in Corpus Christi and throughout the region when they most need legal representation. He can help protect your career and reputation.

Mark offers qualified counsel in a full range of criminal matters, including:

  • DUI/DWI
  • Public intoxication
  • White collar crimes, including embezzlement and fraud
  • Drug charges
  • Theft-related charges
  • Sex offenses
  • Assaults and domestic assaults

He is licensed to practice at every level, including up to the U.S. Supreme Court. In light of his professional achievements, The National Trial Lawyers have recognized Mark as one of the 100 top trial lawyers in the United States.

The Help You Need, When You Need It

To learn more, reach out to Mark for help. You can call him at 800-584-5798 or arrange an appointment online. Initial consultations are always free.

*http://codes.findlaw.com/tx/occupations-code/occ-sect-53-021.html