Conn. Agencies Regs. § 12-574-F13 - Board of administrative judges for jai alai and greyhound racing

Current through March 4, 2022

(a) Composition and appointment. The three member board of administrative judges shall be comprised of:
(1) the division facility supervisor or designee;
(2) the general manager or designee; and
(3) an additional division representative.
(b) Authority.
(1) Majority rules. All questions pertaining to which their authority extends shall be determined by a majority vote of the board of administrative judges.
(2) Presiding judge. The division facility supervisor or the senior facility liaison officer shall be the presiding judge of the board of administrative judges.
(c) Deputy and temporary racing judges. No deputy or temporary racing judge shall sit on the board of administrative judges unless the permission for such substitution is received from the executive director.
(d) Powers and duties.
(1) The board of administrative judges shall have jurisdiction over all matters concerning allegations of regulatory infractions committed by patrons or division licensees.
(2) The board of administrative judges shall investigate and review any allegation of fraudulent or corrupt practices at the facility.
(3) The board of administrative judges shall investigate all complaints.
(4) The board of administrative judges shall have the power to conduct reinstatement hearings.
(5) The board of administrative judges shall have the power, following a hearing conducted in accordance with the division rules of practice and hearing procedures, to punish for violation of chapter 226 of the Connecticut General Statutes or sections 12-574-F1 to 12-574-F65, inclusive, of the Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies, any person subject to their control and in their discretion, to impose fines, license suspensions or both for said violations.
(6) The board of administrative judges may suspend for not longer than sixty (60) days anyone whom they have authority to supervise, they may impose a fine not exceeding $500.00, or they may impose a combination of these penalties. They may also suspend any person, including greyhound racing authorities, racing judges of any other state or any other officials of the meet, found guilty of any corrupt or fraudulent practices. All such suspensions and fines shall be reported to the division. If the penalty capable of being imposed by them is not in their opinion sufficient, the board of administrative judges shall refer the matter to the division.
(7) Any party aggrieved by the imposition of a penalty by the board of administrative judges may petition the division for a hearing de novo conducted in accordance with chapter 54 of the Connecticut General Statutes. The petition shall be submitted in writing to the division within three days of official notice of the judges' decision. The taking of a petition to the division shall automatically stay any penalty imposed by the board of administrative judges.
(8) The division retains the right to assume jurisdiction over any matter within the purview of the board of administrative judges.
(e) Exclusions. In accordance with section 12-574-F19 of the Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies, the board of administrative judges shall order the exclusion from all places under their control of persons ruled off or ejected. In accordance with section 12-574-F19 of the Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies, they may also order the exclusion of any person declared guilty of any corrupt or fraudulent practices by authorities or judges of any other state or country. The names of all persons ordered excluded shall be promptly reported to the division.

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Conn. Agencies Regs. § 12-574-F13
Adopted effective October 3, 2001

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