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Pursuant to MOAHR Administrative Hearing Standard 2022-1, administrative proceedings will by default be conducted remotely, unless: (i) an administrative law judge, hearing officer, or Tax Tribunal Member determines in their discretion that all or part of a proceeding should be in person or (ii) a party submits a written request demonstrating good cause for why all or part of the proceeding should be in person and the administrative law judge, hearing officer, or Tax Tribunal Member finds the request should be granted because of accessibility limitations, specific evidentiary issues, or other unique circumstances. To further assist remote hearing participants, MOAHR has developed a Standards and Guidelines for Remote Hearings manual. This manual contains useful information and best practices relevant to the conduct of remote hearings for all practice areas within MOAHR, except for the Corrections area and the Michigan Tax Tribunal, the latter of which has its own MTT Video Hearing Guides for Participants.
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