First, the complaint is reviewed to determine if the Board has jurisdiction over the matter. If the Board does have jurisdiction then an investigation is conducted. The investigation may take several months. At the conclusion of the investigation the licensee will be informed of the investigation’s conclusions which may be that the case is dismissed, that the Board is making findings against the licensee or that a formal hearing is required.
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