207 Pa. Code § 203 - Provisional Advice

The Panel shall issue its advisory opinion ("Advice") in writing, which shall set forth the facts upon which the Advice is based. The Panel's Advice is provisional until acted upon by the Board. The inquiring judicial officer shall be promptly notified of the Panel's decision.

If the Panel finds that the Request contains insufficient detail to enable the Panel to render Advice, the Panel may request supplemental information from the inquiring judicial officer. If supplemental information is not provided, or is insufficient, the Panel shall decline on that basis to render Advice, and the inquiring judicial officer shall be so notified.

If the Panel determines that responding to the Request would not aid the judge, benefit the judiciary as a whole, or serve the public interest, the Panel may decline to render Advice, and the inquiring judicial officer shall be notified of the basis for the Panel's determination.

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207 Pa. Code § 203

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