MAYOR AND EXECUTIVE AGENCIES - OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS: RULES OF PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE - INABILITY OF AN ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGE TO PROCEED


Published: 2016-04-29

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2831 INABILITY OF AN ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGE TO PROCEED

2831.1 If a hearing has commenced or is completed and the assigned Administrative Law Judge is unable to proceed, another Administrative Law Judge may proceed in the case. The successor Administrative Law Judge must certify that he or she is familiar with the record.

2831.2 If a recording of the hearing is unavailable, the successor Administrative Law Judge shall, if requested by any party, recall a witness whose testimony is material and disputed.

2831.3 The successor Administrative Law Judge shall serve the parties with a proposed final order and allow the parties to file exceptions and present argument before issuing a final order.

SOURCE: Final Rulemaking published at 51 DCR 6399 (June 25, 2004); as amended by Final Rulemaking published at 51 DCR 8595 (September 3, 2004); as amended by of Final Rulemaking published at 57 DCR 12541 (December 31, 2010); as amended by Final Rulemaking published at 63 DCR 6556 (April 29, 2016).