In cases relating to conviction1, the order of proceedings is as follows:
(1) the solicitor2 is requested to adduce evidence of any conviction and its circumstances3;
(2) evidence of a conviction may be adduced by the production of a certified copy of a certificate of conviction relating to a criminal offence4;
(3) if, in respect of any conviction, no evidence is so adduced, the chairman5 must announce that the conviction has not been proved6;
(4) the chairman asks the osteopath7 whether he accepts each conviction of which evidence is adduced, and in respect of such accepted conviction the chairman
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