Board of registered nursing grants probation, allowing our client to take her nursing exam and get her nursing license Probation Granted - Our client, a young West Covina woman, was charged driving under the influence of alcohol in violation of California Vehicle Code sections 23152a and 23152b. After our West Covina Courthouse DUI attorneys successfully resolved that matter, which included not a single day in the county jail, our Board of Registered Nursing Defense Attorneys turned our attention to the pending BRN investigation triggered by the underlying DUI arrest. We strenuously argued that our client had never previously been arrested, was an exemplary nursing student and that her case in court was successfully resolved. Rather than suspend or revoke it to her clients license, as the BRN is known to do in many DUI cases represented by other lawyers, the Board granted probation on the most generous possible terms under the circumstances. Our client is in the process of meeting probationary obligations and, after she completes them, will be able to pursue the career of her dreams, which is to help other people through her nursing skills.