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A due process hearing is a court-like review process governed by administrative laws. SERC will provide a highly-trained hearing officer who will preside over the hearing and whose decisions have the effect of law and are binding upon the parties participating in the hearing.
During a hearing, both parties subpoena and present witnesses and perform cross examination; present admissable evidence; may present depositions or affidavits; engage in closing arguments; and request that the hearing officer rule favorably on their positions. Parties may represent themselves or be represented by attorneys at their own expense.
Questions? Contact us 918.270.1849 or 888.267.0028 (toll-free).