DOL Revocation cancelled : August 4, 2011

Posted by Andrea Robertson on Jul 05, 2013 | 0 Comments

After a prolonged argument on August 4, 2011, the Department of Licensing agreed with us that our client was deprived of her due process rights and cancelled a license revocation today for refusing a breath test.  The hearing examiner agreed that we were deprived of a full and fair hearing when a supervising trooper provided a differing account of a client's provision of implied consent warnings than the version given by the arresting trooper.  When the sergeant failed to avail himself for cross-examination, we argued that suppression of his report was not enough, and that we were deprived of our ability to argue the facts of the case after cross-examining the arresting trooper.

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