TITLE 11: ALCOHOL, HORSE RACING, AND LOTTERY
SUBTITLE C: LOTTERY
CHAPTER II: DEPARTMENT OF THE LOTTERY
PART 1700 LOTTERY HEARINGS
SECTION 1700.120 DISCOVERY
Section 1700.120 Discovery
After initiation of a complaint, any party, upon written request made to the other party, at least three business days prior to the hearing and within ten days after service of the initial pleading, or within five days after said service of an additional pleading, shall be entitled to obtain the names and addresses of witnesses whom the other party intends to call to testify at the hearing, a list of all writings and documents which the party proposes to offer in evidence, and any exculpatory evidence in the Department's or another party's possession. (Exculpatory evidence is any evidence which tends to support the requesting party's position or calls into question the credibility of a Departmental witness.) Any party shall have the right to submit written interrogatories to the other party with respect to the matters at issue no later than five (5) business days prior to a scheduled hearing.
(Source: Amended at 18 Ill. Reg. 11168, effective July 1, 1994)