We are happy to provide you with documents that we believe will be most useful in preparation for a Fair Hearing. This list is by no means exhaustive but is intended to give you some commonly used resources, forms, and links.
To Contact OTDA Office of Administrative Fair Hearings:
Commonly Used ADMs, PDs, Memos, Regs, etc.
This memo discusses inadequate notices, failure to provide requested documents before hearing, failure to provide case files at hearings, hearings officers’ demeanor at hearings, and appellants first providing documentary evidence at hearings.
This memo discusses defining the issue for review, introduction of documents at a hearing, mailing affidavits, developing the hearing record, and Fair Hearing decisions.
This memo discusses whether a local agency has a responsibility to explain codes in computer printouts.
Equal Access to Human Services
Implementation Plan, February 2006
Medical exemption from work requirement when recipient is required to apply for SSI.
Whether a Hearing Officer is empowered to issue or sign a subpoena when it is necessary to develop a complete evidentiary record.