If a member of the AHEPA has been convicted of a felony or has been convicted of any crime against the AHEPA (the “Convicted Felon”); then a member of any Chapter may file a written complaint with the Supreme Counselor alleging such conviction. The Supreme Counselor (or his designee) shall investigate such complaint and make a report to the Supreme Lodge. The Supreme Lodge may conduct a hearing to which such Convicted Felon will be invited to attend and present his case, either by himself or through a representative of his choosing. Such hearing must be not less than ten (10), nor more than forty-five (45), days after the Convicted Felon receives notice of such hearing. The Supreme Lodge will then have the right, by seventy-five percent (75%) vote of the Supreme Lodge members present and voting, to discipline such member up to and including expulsion from the AHEPA.