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Unless waived, a representative of the broadcaster must appear to furnish testimony authenticating the video tape. There are no specific rules identifying who the representative should be.
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Suits under the act are assigned for hearing at the "earliest practicable date." K.S.A. 45-222(e).
No applicable law.
Contempt convictions are generally reviewed pursuant to an abuse of discretion standard. State v. William, 20 Kan. App.2d 185, 884 P.2d 755 (1994). As a practical matter, the review focuses on whether the records show conduct constituting contempt.
Yes. K.S.A. 75-4318(e) subject to reasonable rules to ensure the orderly conduct of the proceedings at such meeting.
See above. In Pennington, the court stated that:
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