N.H. Code Admin. R. Emp 207.28 - Evidence

(a) Receipt of evidence shall be governed by the provisions of RSA 541-A:33.
(b) All documents, materials and objects offered as exhibits shall be admitted into evidence unless excluded by the presiding officer as irrelevant, immaterial, unduly repetitious, legally privileged or any other basis required by law.
(c) All objections to the admissibility of evidence shall be stated as early as possible in the hearing, but not later than the time when the evidence is offered.
(d) Transcripts of testimony and documents or other materials, admitted into evidence shall not be public records pursuant to RSA 91-A:5 and 6 and RSA 282-A:117 through 123.
(e) All department records used at the hearing shall be produced and identified on the record by the presiding officer.
(f) Evidence concerning a claimant's separation from employment shall only be considered relevant if the evidence concerns an issue or fact which any party states may have been a factor in the separation from employment.
(g) Evidence concerning a claimant's separation from employment which is discovered after the separation shall only be considered relevant if the evidence concerns either:
(1) Wrongdoing that would have led to the claimant's termination had the employer known of it prior to the separation; or
(2) The credibility of a party or witness.

Notes

N.H. Code Admin. R. Emp 207.28

#7246, eff 4-30-00; ss by #9126, INTERIM, eff 4-20-08, EXPIRES: 10-17-08; ss by #9296, eff 10-17-08

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