27 NCAC 01B .0213 LETTER TO COMPLAINANT ACKNOWLEDGING GRIEVANCE
Re: Your complaint against Jane Doe
Our File No. 
Dear Mr. Smith:
I am the chairperson of the  district grievance committee. Your grievance against [respondent attorney] [was received in my office]\[has been forwarded to my office by the North Carolina State Bar] on [date]. I have assigned [investigator's name], a member of the  district grievance committee, to investigate your grievance. 's name, address and telephone number are as follows: .
Please be sure that you have provided all information and materials which relate to or support your complaint to the  district grievance committee. If you have other information which you would like our committee to consider, or if you wish to discuss your complaint, please contact the investigating attorney by telephone or in writing as soon as possible.
After 's investigation is complete, the  district grievance committee will make a recommendation to the North Carolina State Bar Grievance Committee regarding whether or not there is probable cause to believe that [respondent attorney] violated one or more provisions of the Rules of Professional Conduct. Your complaint and the results of our investigation will be sent to the North Carolina State Bar at that time. The  district grievance committee's recommendation is not binding upon the North Carolina State Bar Grievance Committee, which will make the final determination. You will be notified in writing when the  district grievance committee's investigation is concluded.
Neither the investigating attorney nor any member of the  district grievance committee can give you any legal advice or represent you regarding any underlying legal matter in which you may be involved. You may pursue any questions you have about your legal rights with an attorney of your own choice.
Thank you very much for your cooperation.
 District Grievance Committee
cc: PERSONAL AND CONFIDENTIAL
Director of Investigations
The N.C. State Bar
History Note: Authority G.S. 84‑23;
Readopted Eff. December 8, 1994.