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(a) A tape recording will be made of the record of each hearing regardless of whether all or part of the record is also made with the aid of shorthand or stenotype notes. The hearing record will be made by a member of the commission staff designated for the purpose, by a professional reporter, or, in exceptional cases and by direction of the commission, by someone who is not a professional reporter. Unless otherwise directed by the commission, a transcript of all recorded proceedings will be prepared. The original typewritten transcript, along with the unerased tape used to record the hearing, will be submitted to the commission. The transcript will be retained as the commission's permanent official record. Upon submission of the original transcript to the commission, the transcript becomes a public document subject to those statutes and regulations governing public access to and reproduction of public documents. Parties or individuals requesting copies or excerpts of a transcript before submission of the original transcript to the commission shall make arrangements with the reporter for this service. Transcripts will be numbered consecutively starting with page one in the first volume and ending with the last page in the last volume. If necessary to expedite the preparation of a daily transcript, it is permissible to skip page numbers between volumes but, in no event, may any volume after the first start with page one. References to the transcript in briefs, orders, etc., must be to the official transcript prepared by the court reporter and by the abbreviation, in parentheses, "Tr." followed by the page, or pages, of the transcript to which reference is made. Reference to volume numbers need not be made, but is not prohibited. The commission will, in its discretion, initially pay the entire cost for recording a hearing as well as the cost for production of the original transcript, but later will allocate all or part of the cost to the parties under AS 42.05.651 or AS 42.06.610 .
(b) A tape used to record a hearing may not be released by the commission or the court reporter to any party for the preparation of an unofficial transcript. Excerpts from a tape recording of a hearing may be prepared only by the commission or the court reporter.
(c) Certified copies of a transcript may be obtained only from the court reporter or from the commission.
History: Eff. 6/29/84, Register 90
Authority: AS 42.05.141
AS 42.06.140 (a)
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