Recent Temporary Suspensions

The following licenses have been temporarily suspended by an executive committee of the Board pursuant to Section 263.004 of the Texas Occupations Code:

No. 21102 Jerry L. Teague, DDS on August 31, 2016

Each license is set for a Probable Cause Hearing before the State Office of Administrative Hearings within thirty days of the date of the suspension.  At the probable cause hearing, an administrative law judge will determine whether the suspension should remain in effect or the license should be reinstated.  If the suspension remains in effect, the matter is set for a hearing on the merits within 60 days of the date of the suspension.  The parties may waive the probable cause hearing and proceed directly to a hearing on the merits.  The hearing on the merits may be continued by agreement of the parties.  If the licensee prefers to avoid litigation, the matter may be resolved by the voluntary surrender of the license or the presentation of an Agreed Settlement Order for consideration by the Board at its next meeting.