Registered Nurse with a blood alcohol of .16 lost control of a car on the freeway, was convicted of a misdemeanor and placed on three years probation. The Board of Registered Nursing revoked the R.N.’s license to practice nursing, but stayed revocation subject to three years probation. The R.N. convinced the superior court the Board abused its discretion by imposing discipline because the conviction did not bear a substantial relationship to the qualifications required to practice nursing, and the trial judge granted extraordinary relief. The Court of Appeal concluded the discipline imposed by the Board was authorized and reversed the trial court. Sulla v. Board of Registered Nursing (Cal. App. First Dist., Div. 5; May 8, 2012) 205 Cal.App.4th 1195.