2005 Idaho Code - 54-817 — HEARINGS

                                  TITLE  54
                    PROFESSIONS, VOCATIONS, AND BUSINESSES
                                  CHAPTER 8
                                 COSMETICIANS
    54-817.  HEARINGS. No refusal to renew, or the suspension or revocation
of, a registration, permit or license shall be made until the person affected
has been given an opportunity to be heard on charges preferred in accordance
with the provisions of chapter 52, title 67, Idaho Code. Such charges shall be
in writing, and shall be sworn to by the person making them, and shall be
filed with the board.
    All charges, unless dismissed as unfounded or trivial, shall be heard
within four (4) months after the date on which they are received by the board.
    All charges shall be heard by the board at such time and place as it shall
fix, and a copy of the charges, together with a notice of the time and place
of hearing, shall be personally served on, or sent by registered mail to the
last known address of such registrant at least twenty (20) days before the
date set for the hearing. At any hearing the accused registrant shall have the
right to appear personally or by counsel and to call witnesses in his own
defense.
    The board may subpoena witnesses and compel their attendance, and also may
require the production of books, papers, documents, etc., in a case involving
the revocation or suspension of a license, permit or registration or the
practicing or offering to practice without a license, permit or registration.
If any person shall refuse to obey any subpoena so issued, or shall refuse to
testify or produce any books, papers, or documents, the board may present its
petition to the district judge of the district in which the witness may be
found, setting forth the proceedings theretofore taken and briefly stating the
subject matter upon which the testimony of the witness is required; thereupon
such district judge may cause an order to be issued requiring such witness to
appear before the board to testify and to produce such books, papers, and
other documents as directed in the subpoena. Any person failing or refusing to
obey such order shall be punished as for contempt of court.

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