(b) Rights. Any parent involved in a due process hearing has the right to—
Be accompanied and advised by counsel and by individuals with special knowledge or training with respect to early intervention services for infants and toddlers with disabilities;
Present evidence and confront, cross-examine, and compel the attendance of witnesses;
Prohibit the introduction of any evidence at the hearing that has not been disclosed to the parent at least five days before the hearing;
Obtain a written or electronic verbatim transcription of the hearing at no cost to the parent; and
Receive a written copy of the findings of fact and decisions at no cost to the parent.
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