OAC Policy 8
(a) An oversized exhibit is any exhibit in a case before the Office of Administrative Courts (including exhibits related to motions) that does not fit in the OAC case file. Oversized exhibits include notebooks of documents, charts, photographs and models.
(b) The case name, case number and date submitted to the Office of Administrative Courts will be written on or affixed to each oversized exhibit.
(c) When a file containing one or more oversized exhibits is returned to an agency, the oversized exhibits will be returned to the agency as well. The Office of Administrative Courts will note on the case file that oversized exhibits are included in the record.
(d) When a file containing one or more oversized exhibits will not be returned to an agency, oversized exhibits will be disposed of by the Office of Administrative Courts 60 days after the case file is closed. Parties may retrieve oversized exhibits within the 60-day period. Oversized exhibits will not be returned unless the time period for appeal or filing of exceptions has run.