Why Do I Have To Present Witnesses In Person?

A signed statement (even if notarized) or an affidavit cannot substitute for the personal appearance of a witness.  A witness must be present at the hearing, sworn in, and subject to questioning by the administrative law judge and to cross-examination by the other party.

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