138 Neb. Admin. Code, ch. 3, § 004 - Testimony and Other Evidence

3.004.01 Testimony under Oath

All testimony taken at the hearing shall be under oath or affirmation.

3.004.02 Rules of Testimony

All testimony, so far as practicable, shall be subject to the same rules of evidence as are applicable in courts of record in the State of Nebraska.

3.004.03 Stipulations

Written stipulations may be introduced in evidence if signed by the attorneys of the parties sought to be bound thereby, or by any party personally if she or he is not represented by an attorney. Oral stipulations may be made on the record of any public hearing.

3.004.04 Examination of Witnesses and Evidence

All parties to the proceedings shall have the right either in person and/or by their attorney to be present at the public hearing; to call, examine and cross-examine witnesses; and, subject to the provisions of the Act and these Rules and Regulations, to introduce documentary and other evidence into the record of the proceedings.

3.004.05 Record of Proceedings

The Commission shall arrange for a record of the proceedings in any public hearing to be made, transcribed and filed in the principal office of the Commission after the Final Order. Any such record will be available for examination by the public at reasonable times in the principal office if written request is made at least five (5) days (exclusive of Saturdays, Sundays, and official State holidays) in advance, unless the record has been filed with the court as the result of an appeal proceeding.


138 Neb. Admin. Code, ch. 3, § 004

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