Within 10 days after a judgment by a court of this state that a license holder has
committed a crime or is liable for any death, personal or property injury, or loss
caused by the license holder's fraud, deceit, negligence, incompetency, or recklessness
in practice, the clerk of the court which rendered the judgment shall report that
fact to the board. However, if the judge who tried the matter finds that it does not relate to the
defendant's professional competence or integrity, the judge may, by order, dispense
with the requirement that the report be sent.
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