Nev. Admin. Code § 612.228 - Responsibilities of examiner; exclusion of disorderly persons

Current through March 28, 2022

1. The determination of the order of taking evidence is within the discretion of the examiner, who has the responsibility to elicit evidence by examining witnesses in a logical and orderly fashion. The examiner must also allow each party or his or her authorized agent the opportunity to examine their own witnesses and to cross-examine opposing witnesses. The examiner shall exclude undue repetition of testimony and avoid the unnecessary interruption or recall of witnesses.
2. Technicalities must be minimized so that parties not represented by attorneys are not at a disadvantage. Exhibits must be marked and identified. The examiner must, before concluding the hearing, ascertain whether the parties have anything further to present.
3. Disorderly or disruptive persons may be excluded from the hearing room. If the disruptive or disorderly person refuses or fails to stop the objectionable activity or leave the room, the examiner shall adjourn the hearing.

Notes

Nev. Admin. Code § 612.228
Added to NAC by Employm't Security Dep't, eff. 9-5-84

NRS NRS 612.220, 612.500

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