Yes. The list of dispositions is what I had indicated. It can be either a dismissal.... If there's no merit to it or it doesn't amount to really much.... A lot of them are decision based as well. They really want to change the decision, and there's no real conduct there. Those would be dismissals or, if it doesn't meet the threshold for a hearing but requires some remedial step, there may be advice in person or an advice letter that goes to the justice of the peace, or it can be a referral to the chief justice, which is viewed to be a significant disposition where you have to go to meet privately with the chief justice, possibly with conditions or an order for a hearing. That's the first step.
If it goes to a public hearing, it can be a warning, a reprimand, an order of apology, and further measures like education or treatment, a suspension up to 30 days with no pay, a suspension with pay, or a recommendation to the attorney general for removal from office.