Okla. Admin. Code § 390:2-1-5 - Protective orders

(a) The Hearing Examiner at the hearing or at anytime upon application of a party, with or without notice, may make such orders relating to discovery as may be necessary or appropriate for the protection of the parties, and to prevent hardship to and excessive burden upon a party. Such orders may, among other subjects, limit the scope of depositions, prohibit questions or subjects of inquiry, require or excuse answers to questions on deposition, limit or excuse, in whole or in part, production of documents or answers to interrogatories, and shorten or extend the time within which any act shall be performed.
(b) CLEET may make appropriate orders, including dismissal of a proceeding or denial of relief, as may be warranted for failure or refusal to comply with an order issued pursuant to this rule.

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Okla. Admin. Code § 390:2-1-5

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