Chapter 150-20 EVIDENCE; SUBPOENAS
Unless otherwise provided by these rules, in all hearings, the testimony of witnesses shall be taken orally before the Board or its designee and presentation of all documentary and other evidence shall be done before the Board or its designee.
When a motion is based on facts not appearing of record, the Board or its designee may hear the matter on affidavits presented by the respective parties, but the Board or its designee may direct that the matter be heard wholly or partly on oral testimony.
Any objections and exceptions must be made on the record, and at a minimum, must make clear to the Board or its designee the action which s/he desires taken and the grounds therefor.
|(1)||In contested cases, subpoenas shall be issued without discrimination between public and private parties. At any time after issuance of the Notice of Hearing, and prior to the scheduled date for the hearing, the parties may request the issuance of subpoenas by filing a written request with the Executive Director, in accordance with Rule 150-15-.04, with appropriate service on the opposing party or counsel. Subpoena requests shall state the name and complete address of the person to whom it is directed.|
|(2)||Subpoenas issued pursuant to a request in accordance with Rule 150-20-.04(1) shall not be issued in blank. Every subpoena issued by the Executive Director shall state the name of the Board of Dentistry and the title of the action, and shall command each person to whom it is directed to attend and give testimony at the hearing at a time and place therein specified, or to produce documents for examination at the hearing, or both.|
|(3)||If such a subpoena is directed to any member, investigator, employee, or other agent or representative of the Board, including experts retained by the Board for purposes of the particular case, production of documentary evidence from the Board or investigative file of the applicant or licensee and the taking of testimony at the hearing from such person or persons shall be governed by applicable provisions in the Dental Practice Act,|
|(4)||The party requesting the issuance of the subpoena shall be responsible for serving the same and paying the cost of securing the attendance of witnesses, in the same manner as prescribed by law in civil cases in superior court.|