|(a) Those who attend or participate in hearings should conduct themselves in a manner respectful of the conduct of public business, and conducive to orderly and polite discourse. All those in attendance shall comply with the judge's directions concerning the offer of public comment, and conduct and decorum. (b) In a hearing before a judge, the judge shall first warn a person violating this section to refrain from the specific conduct in violation. Upon further violation of this section by the same person, the judge may exclude that person from the proceeding for such time and under such conditions as necessary to correct the situation. Violation of this section shall also be sufficient cause for the judge to recess the hearing.