W. Va. Code R. § 14-3-4 - Transcription of Testimony and Evidence

Current through Register Vol. XXXIX, No. 11, March 18, 2022

4.1. All testimony, evidence, arguments and rulings on the admissibility of testimony and evidence shall be reported by stenographic notes and characters or by mechanical means.
4.2. All reported materials shall be transcribed. The Board shall have the responsibility to make arrangements for the transcription of the reported testimony and evidence.
4.3. Upon the motion of the Board or any party assigning error or omission in any part of any transcript, the Board chair, presiding member or the hearing examiner shall settle all differences arising as to whether such transcript truly discloses what occurred at the hearing and shall direct that the transcript be corrected and/or revised as appropriate so as to make it conform to the truth.
4.4. A transcript of the hearing shall be provided to all members of the Board for review at least ten (10) days before the vote is taken on its decision in any licensure or permit disciplinary matter.

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W. Va. Code R. § 14-3-4

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