I had an incident about 10 years ago and had disciplinary action taken against my license. I was accused (wrongly) of unprofessional conduct and fired from my position of 23 years. I worked odd jobs until my hearing. I couldn't afford to pay any more for legal fees ( spent over $10K for lawyers and PI) and was "sentenced" to 6 months suspension and 18 months probation. I lived thru all of that and was able to be hired at a small rural hospital near where I live. I have been here for almost 7 years now and am looking for a new job. I have kept up all my certifications and what nots needed to work my specialty but no one will even interview me. I am assuming it is because of the action taken. Interestingly enough, one of the people who was working on the night in question recently came to me and "confessed" her involvement and that she had been threatened with termination by the hospital we worked at if she said anything at the time. She has since been fired from there for other reasons. So...what can I do? Suggestions please???? How can I let ppl know that I wasn't "guilty" and what can I do to make myself more hireable??? Thanks in advance.