§ 930-X-1-.22. Revocation Of License By Consent Of Licensee
(1) A licensee, who is the subject of an investigation into, or a pending proceeding involving, allegations of misconduct, may consent to the revocation of his or her license, but only by delivering to the Alabama State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners an affidavit stating that he or she desires to consent to revocation and that:
(a) His or her consent is freely and voluntarily given; he or she is not being subjected to coercion or duress; he or she is fully aware of the implications of submitting his or her consent; and;
(b) He or she is aware that there is presently pending an investigation into, or proceeding involving, allegations that there exist grounds for his or her license revocation, the nature of which he or she shall specifically set forth.
(c) He or she is aware that Board's jurisdiction shall not be divested by revocation by consent.
(2) Upon receipt of the required affidavit, the Alabama State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners may enter an order removing the license of the licensee on consent.
(3) The order removing the licensee's license on consent shall be a matter of public record. However, the affidavit required under (1) above shall not be publicly disclosed or made available for use in any other proceeding except upon order of the Board.(Repealed and New Rule: Filed December 18, 1997; effective January 22, 1998. Amended: Filed January 10, 2007; effective February 14, 2007.)
Author: Alabama State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners
Statutory Authority: Code of Ala. 1975, § 34-29-69.
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