All complaints shall be received and investigated by the Division of Professional
Regulation in accordance with § 8735 of Title 29. The Division shall be responsible for issuing a final written report at the conclusion
of its investigation. The Board president shall assign a member of the Board to assist the Division of
Professional Regulation with the investigation of the technical aspects of the complaint
and shall not discuss any matter of fact or law regarding such investigation with
any Board member prior to the final decision of the Board. Such member shall recuse himself or herself from the deliberations on the complaint
at any hearing regarding the complaint. If it is determined that a practitioner should be subject to a disciplinary hearing,
the Board shall conduct such hearing in accordance with this chapter and the Administrative
Procedures Act [Chapter 101 of Title 29].
When it is determined that an individual is engaging in the practice of chiropractic
or is using the title “chiropractor” and is not licensed under the laws of this State,
the Board shall notify the office of the Attorney General for appropriate action.
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