N.H. Code Admin. R. Opt 501.04 - Disciplinary Hearings

Current through Register Vol. 42, No. 14, April 7, 2022

(a) Adjudicatory hearings of misconduct allegations shall be conducted in accordance with Opt 208. The presiding officer, shall set forth the particular scheduling and filing requirements applicable to each case and include them in a hearing order, prehearing order, or other appropriate order served upon the parties, including persons granted intervenor status pursuant to Opt 208.04.
(b) Misconduct allegations set forth in a hearing notice shall be amended as necessary at any time prior to the issuance of a final order, provided, however, that the parties shall receive at least 15 days notice and an opportunity to be heard on any amended issues.
(c) If ordered to do so by the presiding officer in connection with an adjudicatory hearing commenced under Opt 200, the licensee shall respond in writing to stated misconduct allegations by admitting or denying each allegation within 30 days of such request.
(d) The presiding officer, shall at any time during the course of a disciplinary hearing, appoint an attorney from the department of justice to prosecute misconduct allegations.
(e) Prehearing conferences in disciplinary proceedings shall be open to the public except to the extent settlement discussions or other matters entitled to confidentiality pursuant to RSA 91-A are addressed.

Notes

N.H. Code Admin. R. Opt 501.04

(See Revision Note at part heading for Opt 100) #5839, eff 6-17-94, EXPIRED: 6-17-00

New. #7370, INTERIM, eff 9-30-00, EXPIRED: 3-29-01

New. #7670, eff 4-4-02, EXPIRED: 4-4-10

New. #9756, eff 7-20-10

Amended by Volume XXXVII Number 41, Filed October 12, 2017, Proposed by #12383, Effective 9/16/2017, Expires 9/16/2027.

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