Amphion by Paul Valéry

By Paul Valéry

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Other important functions are also served by this requirement. Written findings of fact and conclusions of law produce agency uniformity in decisions, make decisions more palatable to the losers, and are essential if judicial review is to occur. 8. Timing of the hearing. At what stage in the controversy is the com­ plainant entitled to his hearing? The normal sequence of events is that a sanction is imposed and then the complainant or claimant requests the hearing. If the initial decision is reversed, then the sanction is lifted and the claimant is restored to the status quo, which includes the retroactive pay­ ment of benefits.

The student had no right to an impartial decision maker, to representation by counsel, to cross-examination, or to witnesses on his behalf. S. 930 (1961). 36 The Protection of Individual Rights: Ugal Theory S2dd that in view of the nature of the sanction, too much procedural formal­ ity would unduly burden the educational process and cost too much. Finally, in its latest decision, Board of Curators v. Horowitz, a case involving the dismissal of a medical student, the Court drew a s h a φ distinc­ tion between misconduct, where some form of confrontation was neces­ sary to hear the student's version of the facts, and failure to maintain academic standards.

A claimant usually cannot receive de novo or full review. Full review would mean relitigation of the entire issue as if the prior proceedings did not exist. In limited review the court exam­ ines the agency decision to see if any errors were committed. The review­ ing court is restricted to the record produced at the administrative level; the court will not entertain the introduction of new evidence. If new evidence is produced that is deemed relevant to the case, the reviewing court will remand, that is, send the case back to the administrative level.

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