1. A motion must be made in writing, unless
otherwise authorized by the Board or hearing officer during the
Only the following
motions may be made:
(a) To request the
dismissal of the complaint for a failure to state facts which, if true, would
form a sufficient basis for discipline.
(b) To request the dismissal of the complaint
if the petitioner has concluded the presentation of his or her case and has
failed to meet his or her burden of proof.
(c) To request a continuance or extension of
(d) To request an order
granting a rehearing.
request a reconsideration of the decision of the Board.
(f) To request the exclusion of a member of
the Board or the hearing officer from participation in the hearing or
deliberation for good cause.
request that an order be vacated or modified.
To request the separation of cases which
have been consolidated pursuant to NAC 632.9175
(i) To limit or quash a subpoena issued by
3. The Board
may require oral argument and the submission of additional facts or evidence to
decide a motion.
4. A written
motion must be served on the opposing party and the Board at least 10 days
before the time set for the hearing on the motion.
5. An opposing party may file a written
response to a motion within 7 days after the receipt of the motion by serving
the written response on all parties and the Board, but in no case may a written
response be filed less than 3 days before the time set for the hearing on the
motion except for good cause shown and with the permission of the