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PDFWAC 174-123-400

Prehearing procedure.

(1) Upon receiving the disciplinary notice, the hearing panel chair will send a hearing notice to all parties, in compliance with WAC 174-123-290(3). In no event will the hearing date be set less than ten days after the Title IX coordinator provided the final investigation report to the parties.
(2) A party may choose an advisor to be at the hearing with them. The advisor will be conducting the cross-examination of parties and witnesses. The full names and contact information for all advisors selected by the parties to appear at the hearing must be submitted to the hearing panel chair at least five days before the hearing.
(3) A party may choose to have an attorney serve as their advisor at the party's own expense. This right will be waived unless, at least five days before the hearing, the attorney files a notice of appearance with the hearing panel chair, with copies to all parties and the student conduct official.
(4) Parties may also select an individual to serve as emotional support during the hearing. This individual will not have a formal role in the hearing, and will serve the purpose of providing care and emotional support for the party.
(5) In preparation for the hearing, the parties will have equal access to all evidence gathered by the investigator during the investigation, regardless of whether Evergreen intends to offer the evidence at the hearing.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.40.120(12). WSR 21-10-022, ยง 174-123-400, filed 4/26/21, effective 5/27/21.]
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