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    Agreed Board Orders

    Professional licensing boards/agencies in Texas review each complaint they receive, determine whether they have jurisdiction, and examine any evidence that may support allegations that a licensed professional violated the board’s/agency’s rules or relevant law. Almost every board/agency will also give you the opportunity to provide a written response to the complaint.

    Once this happens, the agency/board will determine whether the complaint, your written response, and the supporting evidence merit a formal investigation. In turn, if an investigation reveals evidence that you violated a board/agency rule or other law, the board/agency may offer to settle the dispute with an “agreed order.”

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    If you decide not to sign an agreed order, your case may be brought before the State Office of Administrative Hearings (SOAH), where you will have the opportunity to present evidence and call witnesses before an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ).

    An attorney at Bertolino LLP can examine the facts surrounding your case. Our firm represents licensed professionals across the entire State of Texas. If you are facing disciplinary action from a licensing board, contact us today to schedule a case evaluation, or simply call (512) 476-5757.