Rules for Lawyer Discipline
RULE 2.3 DISTRICT INQUIRY COMMITTEES
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B. Appointment - Special Members. The association president shall appoint a nine-member district inquiry committee, consisting of six lawyers and three public members, within each disciplinary district. Upon the request of an inquiry committee chair, the association president may appoint not more than three special members to an inquiry committee for purposes of conducting investigations of complaints and preparing and presenting investigative reports. A special member need not be a resident of or practice law in the disciplinary district for the inquiry committee to which the member is appointed. A special member is appointed for a term of three months but, the association president may extend the term for up to an additional nine months. A special member may not vote on the disposition of a complaint under section E(3).