Former Dons star Jack was given his marching orders following a challenge on Aberdeen striker Stevie May, whom he caught after winning the ball.
The 25-year-old has regularly fallen foul of the officials this season, although two of his three previous red cards were rescinded on appeal.
A Scottish FA judicial panel will rule on the case on Thursday.
Jack facing a potential three-match ban if referee Willie Collum’s decision is upheld, which would consist of a two-game suspension for serious foul play and an additional ban for it being his second ordering off of the campaign.
The red cards in August’s 3-2 defeat by Hibernian and October’s 1-1 draw with Kilmarnock were overturned, but his dismissal in September’s 4-1 win over Hamilton Academical stood.
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