Defense Attorney Helps With Unlawful Practice of Dentistry (N.J.S.A. 2C:21-30) Charges
People who are not licensed to practice dentistry, or whose valid license has been suspended or revoked by order of the State Board of Dentistry, are in violation of the law if they practice dentistry, hold themselves out to the public as a dentist, or provide prescriptions to people as a dentist.
A practicing dentist whose license has been encumbered by the board who exceeds the scope of their practice can also be charged.
All of this conduct is criminalized under Unlawful Practice of Dentistry (N.J.S.A. 2C:21-30), and is a third degree crime that can put you in prison for 3-5 years if convicted.
If you’ve been charged with Unlawful Practice of Dentistry in New Jersey, get help right away.
Attorney Matthew Reisig has almost two decades of experience protecting the rights of New Jersey citizens, and fighting back against criminal charges against them.
If you need help with unlawful practice of dentistry charges, call 732-625-9661 today for a free consultation.