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A. The board may issue subpoenas to compel attendance of witnesses and production of documents and administer oaths, take testimony, hear offers of proof and receive exhibits in evidence in connection with a board investigation or hearing. If a board subpoena is disobeyed, the board may invoke the aid of any court in this state in requiring the attendance and testimony of witnesses and the production of documentary evidence.
B. Any person appearing before the board may be represented by counsel.
C. The board may investigate any person to the extent necessary to determine if the person is engaged in the unlawful practice of occupational therapy. If an investigation indicates that a person may be practicing occupational therapy unlawfully, the board shall inform the person of the alleged violation. If the person does not immediately cease the unlawful practice of occupational therapy, the board may refer the matter for criminal prosecution pursuant to section 32-3445.