§ 19.36. Prehearing statements.
(a) Filing of prehearing statement. Each party to a protest shall file a prehearing statement in accordance with the scheduling order.
(b) Content of prehearing statement. A prehearing statement must contain:
(1) A concise statement of the facts that will be offered by oral or documentary evidence at the hearing and a statement of any unusual questions of evidence anticipated with respect to the proof of such facts.
(2) A statement of any questions of law anticipated with respect to the issues in the case. The questions shall be presented with a statement of authority supporting the position taken.
(3) The names and addresses of all persons who may be called as witnesses. The identification of a witness does not create any obligation to call the witness or to procure the witnesss attendance at the hearing.
(4) The report and curriculum vitae of any expert whose opinion will be offered into evidence at the time of hearing. The report must include the findings and conclusions of the expert.
(5) A list of all exhibits and copies of the exhibits that a participant intends to use at the hearing.
(6) An estimate of the length of time that will be required to present the partys case in chief.
(c) Sanctions. Failure to file a prehearing statement as required by this section and within the time specified in the scheduling order may subject a party to sanctions, including being precluded from presenting evidence.
(d) Supplement. A party may supplement its prehearing statement at any time prior to the prehearing conference. A party may not present any documentary evidence or the testimony of any witness not listed in its prehearing statement, as supplemented, except upon good cause shown.
The provisions of this § 19.36 issued under sections 4(a)(9), 8, 11, 13 and 27 of the Board of Vehicles Act (63 P. S. § § 818.4(a)(9), 818.8, 818.11, 818.13 and 818.27).
The provisions of this § 19.36 adopted February 3, 2006, effective February 4, 2006, 36 Pa.B. 536; corrected February 10, 2006, 36 Pa.B. 714.
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