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APRIL 6, 2022 UPDATE REGARDING RECOMMENDED WEARING OF MASKS WHEN APPEARING IN PERSON AT THE OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS.

On March 30, 2022, Governor Ducey lifted the March 11, 2020 Arizona COVID-19 Emergency Declaration. As a result, all previous recommendations regarding wearing of masks when appearing in person for hearings at the Office of Administrative Hearings are lifted.

Unless the Notice of Hearing in a case provides otherwise, hearings will be held in-person at the Office of Administrative Hearings in Phoenix. Hearings may also be conducted by either video conference or telephone. Parties or witnesses wishing to appear by video conference or telephone may, not later than 7 calendar days prior to the hearing date, request that the assigned administrative law judge permit them to appear by video conference or by telephone. If a party or witness does not file a request to appear by video conference or telephone, the administrative law judge will presume that the party or witness will attend the hearing in-person.

 

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Mission Statement: We will contribute to the quality of life in the State of Arizona by fairly and impartially hearing the contested matters of our fellow citizens arising out of State regulation.

 

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    Advisement: OAH Staff cannot give legal advice. Legal advice could be described, but is not limited to: offering interpretation of rules; recommending a course of action; predicting a judicial officer's decision and interpreting the meaning or effect of any court order or judgment.

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