(c) allow additional questioning by a party or a party’s counsel as appropriate;
(d) give commission members the opportunity to question the witness; and
(e) as appropriate, allow further examination of the witness by the commission, or the parties or their counsel.
(a) If a witness, a party, or a party’s counsel objects to a question, the chair shall:
(i) direct the witness to answer; or
(ii) rule that the witness is not required to answer the question.
(b) If a witness declines to answer a question after the chair or a majority of the commission determines that the witness is required to answer the question, the witness may be held in contempt in accordance with the provisions of Section 63A-14-705.
(a) The chair or a majority of the members of the commission may direct a witness to furnish any relevant evidence for consideration if the witness brings the material voluntarily or was required to bring the material by subpoena.
(b) If a witness declines to provide evidence in response to a subpoena, the witness may be held in contempt under Section 63A-14-705.