Flashcards in Chapter 15 Formal and Informal Advocacy Deck (15)
the process by which you attempt to influence the behavior of others, often according to predetermined goals.
A proceeding within an administrative agency that seeks to resolve a dispute in a manner that is similar to a court (i.e. judicial proceeding)
Quasi- Judicial proceeding
Procedural protections that are required before the government can take away or refuse to grant liberty or a public benefit.
Procedural Due Process
Information about a fact; knowledge of something
A proceeding convened to resolve a dispute during which parties in the dispute can present their case.
prejudice for or against something or someone. An inclination or tendency to think and to act in a certain way. A danger of prejudgment.
Being present when others give evidence against you and having the opportunity to question them
questioning of a witness at a hearing by an opponent after the other side has conducted a direct examination of that witness.
Logically tending to establish or disprove a fact. Pertinent. Evidence having any tendency to make the existence of a fact more probable or less probable that it would be without the evidence.
Asking a higher tribunal to review or reconsider the decision of an inferior tribunal.
A government officer who presides over a hearing at an administrative agency.
Administrative law judge (ALJ)
Pertaining to a conflict-resolution proceeding in which all opposing parties to the conflict or dispute are not present.
noted or recorded in an official record of the proceeding
on the record
A written or printed statement of facts made by a person (Affiant) before a person with authority to administer the oath.