22 CFR 710.8 - Rights of parties at hearing.

§ 710.8 Rights of parties at hearing.

A hearing shall include, at a minimum, the following rights for both parties to:

(a) Represent oneself or be represented by counsel;

(b) Introduce and examine witnesses and submit physical evidence (including the use of interrogatories);

(c) Confront and cross-examine adverse witnesses;

(d) Present oral argument; and

(e) Receive a transcript or recording of the proceedings on request.

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