§ 27.71. Revocation and suspension.
Failure to comply with this chapter shall be grounds for revocation or suspension of licensure under section 5(a)(6) of the act (63 P. S. § 390-5(a)(6)).
Notes of Decisions
Since the petitioner pled guilty to four criminal charges under the Drug Act, only one of which was a felony, the Board has the power to revoke his license but is not obligated to do so, and the case will be remanded if it appears that the Boards decision to revoke his license is based in part on the mistaken belief that a plea of guilty to any offense in connection with the practice of pharmacy is sufficient to revoke a license. Intrieri v. Commissioner of Professional and Occupational Affairs, 396 A.2d 927 (Pa. Cmwlth. 1979).
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