1-11-206. Evidence in contests for state officers
Overview of Statute
For contests involving state offices, the parties may introduce written testimony that adheres with the manner prescribed by the joint session. A deposition cannot be read in the hearing unless the opposing party had reasonable notice of the time and place of taking the deposition.
On the hearing of any election contest for any of the offices named in section 1-11-205, the parties to the contest may introduce written testimony, taken in a manner prescribed by the joint session. No depositions shall be read in the hearing unless the opposite party had reasonable notice of the time and place of the taking of the deposition.
Source: L. 92: Entire article R&RE, p. 787, § 14, effective January 1, 1993.
1. Definition for Section
A bound compilation of initiative forms approved by the secretary of state, which shall include pages that contain the warning required by section 1-40-110 (1), the ballot title, the abstract required by section 1-40-110 (3), and a copy of the proposed measure; succeeding pages that contain the warning, the ballot title, and ruled lines numbered consecutively for registered electors’ signatures; and a final page that contains the affidavit required by section 1-40-111 (2). Each section shall be consecutively prenumbered by the petitioner prior to circulation.
2. Definition for Election
Any election under the “Uniform Election Code of 1992” or the “Colorado Municipal Election Code of 1965”, article 10 of title 31, C.R.S. C.R.S. § 1-7.5-103.