21-11 Right to counsel and submission of questions. (a) Every witness at a hearing of an investigating committee may be accompanied by counsel of the witness' own choosing, who may advise the witness as to the witness' rights, subject to reasonable limitations which the committee may prescribe to prevent obstruction of or interference with the orderly conduct of the hearing.

(b) Any witness at a hearing, or the witness' counsel, may submit to the committee proposed questions to be asked of the witness or any other witness relevant to the matters upon which there has been any questioning or submission of evidence, and the committee shall ask such of the questions as are appropriate to the subject matter of the hearing. [L 1969, c 211, pt of 1; gen ch 1985]

 

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