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TITLE 33—Navigation and Navigable Waters

CHAPTER I—COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY

SUBCHAPTER A—GENERAL

PART 20—RULES OF PRACTICE, PROCEDURE, AND EVIDENCE FOR FORMAL ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEEDINGS OF THE COAST GUARD

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§20.101
Scope.
§20.102
Definitions.
§20.103
Construction and waiver of rules.
rule

Subpart B—ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGES

§20.201
Assignment.
§20.202
Powers.
§20.203
Unavailability.
§20.204
Withdrawal or disqualification.
§20.205
Ex parte communications.
§20.206
Separation of functions.
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Subpart C—PLEADINGS AND MOTIONS

§20.301
Representation.
§20.302
Filing of documents and other materials.
§20.303
Form and content of filed documents.
§20.304
Service of documents.
§20.305
Amendment or supplementation of filed documents.
§20.306
Computation of time.
§20.307
Complaints.
§20.308
Answers.
§20.309
Motions.
§20.310
Default by respondent.
§20.311
Withdrawal or dismissal.
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Subpart D—PROCEEDINGS

§20.401
Initiation of administrative proceedings.
§20.402
Public notice.
§20.403
Consolidation and severance.
§20.404
Interested persons.
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Subpart E—CONFERENCES AND SETTLEMENTS

§20.501
Conferences.
§20.502
Settlements.
rule

Subpart F—DISCOVERY

§20.601
General.
§20.602
Amendatory or supplementary responses.
§20.603
Interrogatories.
§20.604
Requests for production of documents or things, for inspection or other purposes.
§20.605
Depositions.
§20.606
Protective orders.
§20.607
Sanctions for failure to comply.
§20.608
Subpoenas.
§20.609
Motions to quash or modify.
rule

Subpart G—HEARINGS

§20.701
Standard of proof.
§20.702
Burden of proof.
§20.703
Presumptions.
§20.704
Scheduling and notice of hearings.
§20.705
Failure to appear.
§20.706
Witnesses.
§20.707
Telephonic testimony.
§20.708
Witnesses' fees.
§20.709
Closing of the record.
§20.710
Proposed findings, closing arguments, and briefs.
rule

Subpart H—EVIDENCE

§20.801
General.
§20.802
Admissibility of evidence.
§20.803
Hearsay evidence.
§20.804
Objections and offers of proof.
§20.805
Proprietary information.
§20.806
Official notice.
§20.807
Exhibits and documents.
§20.808
Written testimony.
§20.809
Stipulations.
rule

Subpart I—DECISIONS

§20.901
Summary decisions.
§20.902
Decisions of the ALJ.
§20.903
Records of proceedings.
§20.904
Reopening.
rule

Subpart J—APPEALS

§20.1001
General.
§20.1002
Records on appeal.
§20.1003
Procedures for appeal.
§20.1004
Decisions on appeal.
rule

Subpart K—FINALITY, PETITIONS FOR HEARING, AND AVAILABILITY OF ORDERS

§20.1101
Finality.
§20.1102
Petitions to set aside decisions and provide hearings for civil penalty proceedings.
§20.1103
Availability of decisions.
rule

Subpart L—EXPEDITED HEARINGS

§20.1201
Application.
§20.1202
Filing of pleadings.
§20.1203
Commencement of expedited hearings.
§20.1205
Motion for return of temporarily suspended merchant mariner credential, license, certificate of registry, or document.
§20.1206
Discontinuance of expedited hearings.
§20.1207
Pre-hearing conferences.
§20.1208
Expedited hearings.
§20.1209
Appeals of ALJs' decisions.
rule

Subpart M—SUPPLEMENTARY EVIDENTIARY RULES FOR SUSPENSION AND REVOCATION HEARINGS

§20.1301
Purpose.
§20.1303
Authentication and certification of extracts from shipping articles, logbooks, and the like.
§20.1305
Admissibility and weight of entries from logbooks.
§20.1307
Use of judgments of conviction.
§20.1309
Admissibility of respondents' criminal records and records with the Coast Guard before entry of findings and conclusions.
§20.1311
Admissions by respondent.
§20.1313
Medical examination of respondents.
§20.1315
Submission of prior records and evidence in aggravation or mitigation.


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