I'm not familiar with the term you are using. What typeof of case are you asking about?
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In New York, there is no appeal from a disciplinary committee's decision to take no action. I believe I posted this information before. If you want to send more information they may consider it, but that's not an appeal.
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I haven't the slightest idea what yu are talking about. What professional? What ethics? "How many people are in the room"? What does that matter?
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