22-607. Notice of hearings.
A. Notice. If the board believes that the certificate of a certified court reporter or court monitor should be revoked or suspended or that a certified court reporter or court monitor should be censured or that a renewal of certification should be denied, the board shall give the certified court reporter or court monitor notice of the right to a hearing as provided in Rule 22-612 NMRA of these rules. Within twenty (20) days after the mailing of a notice, the certified court reporter or court monitor may request in writing a hearing by the board on the action proposed to be taken.
B. Contents. The notice required by Paragraph A of this rule shall:
(1) set forth a short and plain statement of the asserted facts and applicable law so that the certified court reporter or court monitor has sufficient notice of the issues involved;
(2) a statement of the proposed action to be taken by the board;
(3) a statement that if the reporter or monitor objects to the action to be taken and desires an opportunity to be heard, the reporter or monitor is required to request a hearing in writing within twenty (20) days after the date of mailing of the notice by the board; and
(4) a statement of the rights set forth in Rule 22-613 NMRA.
C. Failure to request hearing. If the reporter or monitor does not request a hearing within the time and in the manner required by this rule, the board may take the action contemplated in the notice and such action shall be final and not subject to review by the supreme court.
[Adopted, effective January 1, 1983; as amended, effective, February 16, 2004.]