Rule 11. Interim Revocation of Conditional Admission/License
A. Upon receiving sufficient evidence demonstrating that anapplicantconditional admittee
1. has not complied with any condition and
2. poses a substantial threat of irreparable harm to the public, the Board shall transmit the evidence to the Supreme Court together with a proposed order for
interim revocation of the conditional admission or license.
B. At any stage, the Supreme Court may enter an interim order immediately revoking the
conditional admission or license of anapplicantconditional admittee or licensee pending final
disposition of the proceedings predicated upon the noncompliance with conditions and conduct
causing harm or may order such other action as deemed appropriate. Upon the request of the
applicantconditional admittee or licensee who is subject to the Board’s request for interim
revocation, the Supreme Court may provide the applicantconditional admittee or licensee an
opportunity to be heard before determining the Board’s request. Upon request by the Board or
the applicantconditional admittee or licensee after entry of an interim revocation order, the
Supreme Court shall within ten days provide an opportunity for the applicantconditional
admittee or licensee to demonstrate that the order should not remain in force.
[Adopted effective March 1,1999. Amended effective October 1, 2016.]