§ 22.1-214.1

Issuance of subpoenas by hearing officers

Any hearing officer appointed pursuant to the procedures provided for in subsections B and C of § 22.1-214 shall have the power to issue subpoenas requiring testimony or the production of books, papers, and physical or other evidence. Any person so subpoenaed who objects may, if the hearing officer does not quash or modify the subpoena at a timely request as illegally or improvidently granted, immediately procure by a petition a decision on the validity thereof in the circuit court of the jurisdiction in which the hearing is to be held. In any case of refusal or neglect to comply with the hearing officer’s subpoena, the hearing officer may procure an order of enforcement from such court.


Code 1950, § 22-10.4:1; 1980, c. 561.


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