(A) Any transcript of prior testimony of a witness may be used for the purpose of refreshing the recollection, contradicting the testimony or impeaching the credibility of that witness. If only a part of a transcript is offered into evidence by a party, the other party may offer any other part.
(B) A transcript of testimony and exhibits from a prior proceeding may be introduced for any purpose if that prior proceeding concerns the basis for the board's allegations against the respondent. Upon offering part of a transcript or exhibit from a prior proceeding, the offering party may be required by the other party to present any other part of the offered item which should in fairness be considered contemporaneously with it.
(C) Nothing in this paragraph shall be construed to permit the taking of depositions for purposes other than those set forth in rule 4731-13-20 of the Administrative Code.
(D) Nothing in this rule shall be construed to limit the use of a prior statement by a respondent as set forth in rule 4731-13-32 of the Administrative Code.