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K G said:Just so long as you're willing to deal with the possible outcome that the accused could be found guilty and suspended for same, even though you voted against it......
I didn’t want to muck up the beautiful SRS thread so I pulled this out for a fresh thread. Lets say you are on a committee, and after discussing the 3 elements noted here
1) Whether the charged conduct has been proven;
2) Whether the conduct was prejudicial to the best interests of purebred dogs, AKC events, or The American Kennel Club; and
3) Whether the charged conduct occurred in connection with, or during, an event.
All the committee members vote yes to all 3 with the exception of one committee member who votes no to all 3. By rule, the majority wins and the next steps of suspension and reporting take place. What is the likelihood that AKC will uphold the majority vote and actually suspend? Does the AKC require a unanimous decision? What has been peoples experience with this? I have none…