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  444.789.  Administrative procedure — inapplicability to public meetings. — 1.  Any hearing pursuant to this section shall be of record and shall be a contested case.

  2.  Parties to such a hearing may make oral argument, introduce testimony and evidence, and cross-examine witnesses.

  3.  The hearing shall be before the commission or the chairman of the commission may designate one commission member as hearing officer, or may appoint a member in good standing of the Missouri Bar as hearing officer to hold the hearing and make recommendations to the commission, but the commission shall make the final decision thereon and any member participating in the decision shall review the record before making the decision.

  4.  In any such hearing any member of the commission may issue in the name of the commission notice of hearing and subpoenas as provided for in section 536.077.

  5.  The rules of discovery that apply to any civil case shall apply to hearings held by the commission.

  6.  The administrative procedures in this section shall not apply to the public meetings pursuant to section 444.773.


(L. 1990 H.B. 1584, A.L. 2001 H.B. 453)

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