Utah Admin. Code R25-3-14 - Appellant's Rights

(1) Representation. An Appellant may be represented by an attorney of law. However, the State neither provides legal counsel or representation to employees or officers who request a review hearing nor pays the fees for their representation in the course of the Appeal proceedings.
(2) Pro Se Status. A Party to an Appeal proceeding may appear pro se. When a Party appears pro se, the Party is entitled to request the issuance of subpoenas, directly examine and cross-examine witnesses, make opening and closing statements, submit documentary evidence, summarize testimony, and in all respects fully present one's own case.
(3) No Reprisal. Pursuant to Subsection 67-19a-303(3), no appointing authority, director, manager, or supervisor may take action to retaliate against an Appellant, a representative, or a witness who participates in or is scheduled to participate in an Appeal proceeding.


Utah Admin. Code R25-3-14
Adopted by Utah State Bulletin Number 2018-2, effective 12/22/2017

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