What are my rights as the party who asked for a complaint hearing?
As a complainant, you have the following rights:
- 1) You may represent yourself, be represented by a friend, relative, or other person, or may be represented by an attorney at your
- 2) You or your authorized representative, may examine the case file
prior to or during the hearing, including any and all documents
or records to be introduced by the other party at the hearing.
- 3) You will be given an opportunity to testify.
- 4) You may bring witnesses and have them testify.
- 5) You may introduce evidence to establish all pertinent facts and
- 6) You may present any relevant arguments without undue
- 7) You may cross examine the other party’s witnesses.
- 8) You may question or refute any testimony or evidence.