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Arizona Board of Nursing's PERJURY

wounded healers

Aug 15, 2018 — 

Perjury is considered a felony in most states when the witness, under oath tells a falsehood that effects the outcome of a defendant getting convicted. It is a serious offense that usurps court integrity and can pervasively infect the entire system. That is the general outlook from the law books, but if you are involved with the AZBN and the administrative law court your chances of experiencing perjury against you is pretty good. The significance is that knowledge of this behavior is not only well known but common. Very odd. There is not much of a defense as this perjury is often sustained from incredulous witnesses whose adamancy of tails of out of school are gleefully swallowed up and supported by azbn staff, if not created, by those in case delivery. What is in print is believed over and over when in fact is can easily be erroneous, and often is.

A nurse charged by AZBN, and refuses probation will likely experience perjury at the hands of the Adm Law Court. It is a very unique experience to listen to people lie about you under oath. The intentional concept they create will forever be remembered as as act of evil with greed of self or $$ is the motive. This can easily be said as there are presently at least 20 nurses claiming perjury in their cases. With solid evidence.

You can save yourself by immediately leaving the state when a complaint has been filed against you, not sign anything and claim the azbn as crazy when they revoke your license 2-3 yrs later after you got licensed in another state. Get out do not sign anything.Clarence Darrow can not help you.  Perjury is pervasive here, and you will experience it.

 

 


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