ACTIONS IN PARTICULAR CASES
6-1008. Confidentiality of proceedings. Neither party shall be entitled, except upon special order of the panel, to attend and participate in the proceedings which shall be subject to disclosure according to chapter 1, title 74, Idaho Code, and closed to public observation at all times, except during the giving of his or her own testimony or presentation of argument of his or her position, whether by counsel or personally; nor shall there be cross-examination, rebuttal or other customary formalities of civil trials and court proceedings. The panel itself may, however, initiate requests for special or supplemental participation, in particular respects and of some or all parties; and communications between the panel and the parties, excepting only the parties’ own testimony on the merits of the dispute, shall be fully disclosed to all other parties.
[6-1008, added 1976, ch. 278, sec. 9, p. 955; am. 1990, ch. 213, sec. 6, p. 491; am. 2015, ch. 141, sec. 3, p. 380.]
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