(a) The transcript of testimony at the hearing, all exhibits received into evidence,
any items marked as exhibits and not received into evidence, all motions, all applications,
all requests, and all rulings constitute the official record of a proceeding. This record also includes any motions or other matters regarding the disqualification
of the ALJ.
(b) Any person may examine the record of a proceeding at the U. S. Coast Guard Administrative Law Judge Docketing Center; Room 412; 40 S. Gay Street; Baltimore, MD 21201–4022. Any person may obtain a copy of part or all of the record after payment of reasonable
costs for duplicating it in accordance with 49 CFR part 7.
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