PDFWAC 110-03-0370


(1) Exhibits are documents or other objects that a party wants the ALJ to consider as evidence. If the ALJ admits an exhibit into evidence, it will be considered by the ALJ in reaching a decision in the case.
(2) The ALJ may require the parties to mark and number their proposed exhibits before the hearing and to provide copies to the other parties as far ahead of the hearing as possible.
(3) The ALJ admits exhibits into the record by marking, listing, identifying, and admitting the proposed exhibits.
(4) The ALJ may also exclude proposed exhibits from the record.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 34.05.220, 43.216.020, and 43.216.065. WSR 20-02-031, § 110-03-0370, filed 12/19/19, effective 1/19/20.]