I searched thoroughly (using the less-than-stellar advanced search function) for a similar thread(s) but the only ones that popped up regarding this issue pertained to residency or licensing applications. I wanted to see if there are others here who are aware of similar cases and, if so, what their outcome/disposition was. Has anyone here ever known or heard of a resident who's been arrested (all while a resident) for multiple DUIs and other charges related to their substance-abuse, admitted multiple times for inpatient rehab, relapsed following each and every admission, had their medical license revoked indefinitely due to the failure to comply with the medical board requirements for reinstatement after each offense, AND still been allowed to remain in the program? By "in the program", I mean a position has been reserved until if/when their license is reinstated even if that may be several years down the road. Despite the fact the resident's struggles with substance-dependence were already known to the program, they were promoted to the next level without any requirement for remediation, and allowed to continue practicing (and supervising junior residents) even though it was already becoming apparent to others in the program that their ability to practice was impaired. Just wanted to gather other thoughts on the matter.