The board considers the information developed by the investigation and determines what action, if any, they want to take.
If there is to be no action taken, the board or the board’s attorney will contact the licensee or the licensee’s attorney in writing to advise him of that fact.
If there is to be some type of discipline against the licensee, it usually appears in the form of a proposed settlement or Consent Order with the licensee.
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