C.R.S. Section 12-170-109
Grounds for discipline


The director may take disciplinary or other action as authorized in section 12-20-404 upon proof that the licensee, permittee, registrant, or certificate holder:


Violated a provision of this article 170 or a rule promulgated pursuant to this article 170;


Has been convicted of or has entered a plea of nolo contendere to a felony. In considering the conviction of or the plea to any such crime, the director shall be governed by the provisions of sections 12-20-202 (5) and 24-5-101.


Made any misstatement on an application for a license, registration, or permit to practice pursuant to this article 170 or attempted to obtain a license, registration, permit, or certificate to practice by fraud, deception, or misrepresentation;


Committed an act or failed to perform an act necessary to meet the generally accepted professional standards of conduct to practice a profession licensed pursuant to this article 170 or promulgated by rule pursuant to section 12-170-105 (1)(a)(II)(D), including performing services outside of the person’s area of training, experience, or competence;


Excessively or habitually uses or abuses alcohol or controlled substances;


Violated any of the provisions of this article 170, an applicable provision of article 20 of this title 12, or any valid order of the director;


Is guilty of unprofessional or dishonest conduct;


Advertises by means of false or deceptive statement;


Fails to display the license as provided in section 12-170-108 (2);


Fails to comply with the rules promulgated by the director pursuant to this article 170;


Is guilty of willful misrepresentation;


Fails to disclose to the director within forty-five days a conviction for a felony or any crime that is related to the practice as a facilitator;


Aids or abets the unlicensed practice of facilitation; or


Fails to timely respond to a complaint sent by the director pursuant to section 12-170-110.

Source: Section 12-170-109 — Grounds for discipline, https://leg.­colorado.­gov/sites/default/files/images/olls/crs2023-title-12.­pdf (accessed Oct. 20, 2023).

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