My Board matter lasted from 8:20 am to 8:22 am.
I do thank them for not making me wait all day for this anticlimactic finish to the case.
I have not seen the document they were voting on—my attorney was not allowed to see it until after the vote.
I was not able to see how the Board members voted, though my attorney said they were unanimous (the six involved in my matter). The others, who were not part of my hearing, abstained as required.
For some reason, all their individual cameras (and mine) have been turned off, with only a tiny box of them all in a room together barely visible on the zoom.
At some point soon my attorney will receive the Board’s decision on punishment.
I have 30 days in which to decide whether to appeal their decision and my penalty.
My case against the Board for a malicious prosecution that went far beyond their authority, filed last summer, will have oral arguments in federal court in front of Judge Jon Levy on January 10, 2024 in Portland, Maine.