We just saved the livelihood of a single mother who receives no child support in Solano County. Our client made a mistake outside of the scope of her employment, but the California Board of Pharmacy wanted to revoke her pharmacy technician license. Our firm was retained with a short period of time until the administrative law hearing. We immediately reached out to the Office of the Attorney General, requested a continuance on the hearing, and started preparing an aggressive mitigation package. The Board rejected our initial mitigation package and wanted to proceed with the hearing for revocation. We made several adjustments to the mitigation package, prepared a legal defense for the hearing, but also pleaded to the Deputy Attorney General that revocation is an unjust result in this particular case with severe consequences to this family. We were very fortunate to have a just and reasonable attorney on the other side, which resulted in us being able to settle this case with our client keeping her license and being placed on 3 years of probation. Upon successful completion of probation, her license will be fully restored.