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How to Prepare
Specialized Caseload Hearings

 

Prepare for Hearing

 

Witnesses

You are allowed to testify and have witnesses. A witness is someone who will give testimony to support your case. You need to make sure they are available at the time of the hearing.  The agency may also have witnesses. 

 

Witnesses should be those who know first-hand about what happened in your case.


 

Witness lists

If you have witnesses, you must tell the judge and the agency.  You must do this by the deadline in your prehearing conference order. 

 

Here is a form you may use.


 

Exhibits

Exhibits are documents you want the judge to read before making a decision.  If you have exhibits, you must:

You must do this by the deadline in your prehearing conference order.

 

Mail or deliver all documents to the following address:

 

Washington State Office of Administrative Hearings

949 Market Street, Ste. 500

Tacoma, WA 98402

 

If you fax your documents, you must also mail them to OAH within 24 hours.  The fax number is 253-539-2200.  Do not fax more than 15 pages.  If your document is more than 15 pages, only fax the first 15 pages.  You must then mail or deliver the entire document. 
 

You may not email the documents.

 

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