I was nearing retirement when I received my first ban. I found out later that I should have told my professional body as this was construed as Gross Misconduct or similar and in the past people have been expelled from the organisation for the same offence.
It really is a horrible situation for a lot of people out there - almost like 'double jeopardy'. The DD gets arrested and suffers the trauma of a court appearance, then once that is out of the way, they have to go through the stress of an employment misconduct probe that might result in dismissal. Not good.
I worked for a smallish company at the time of my arrest. Because it involved driving, I was on a hiding to nothing, so I just resigned there and then. The company would have done a short misconduct hearing in front of the director if I had dug my heels in but I knew I was getting my P45 either way, so I made it easier for them to simply go.