A. Nothing in this chapter prohibits the issuance of a charging document with a proposed order which will go into effect if the respondent fails to request a hearing.
B. Nothing in this chapter prohibits a disciplinary panel from conducting a show cause hearing to determine if there has been:
(1) A violation of probation;
(2) A violation of a condition under which any portion of a disciplinary order was stayed; or
(3) Any other violation of a Board or disciplinary panel order.
C. A disciplinary panel may terminate a show cause hearing if it determines that there are material facts in dispute which cannot reasonably be determined in that venue. The disciplinary panel may then convene an evidentiary hearing or delegate such a hearing to an administrative law judge.