Okla. Admin. Code § 376:10-1-4.1 - Procedure
(a) Each complaint received by the Administrative Secretary will be assigned a number and will be logged with that date of receipt shown. The complaint will bes cheduled for consideration by the Council when the initial investigation is complete. Provided, however, the published agenda shall not identify each complaint, but shall simply list as an agenda item "Consideration of Pending Complaints."
(b) Documents and enclosures shall be dated, described on a sheet of paper, and placed in the complaint file. The Administrative Secretary shall bring to each meeting the complete file of the complaints on the agenda. In its discretion, the Council may notify a judge of a pending complaint.
(c) Unless the Council summarily dismisses a complaint on its own motion, a copy of the complaint shall be forwarded to the Judge with written notice requiring the Judge to respond to the complaint in writing within twenty (20) days. The response excluding exhibits shall not exceed twenty (20) double-spaced, typewritten 8½" x 11" pages.
(d) At any time, the complainant and the responding judge may include with the complaint or the response a list of proposed evidentiary sources relevant and material to the investigation of the complaint. The list shall include a brief synopsis of the evidence.
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