Administrative review of suspension, revocation or cancellation of identification card, registration or driving privileges
(1) Unless otherwise specifically provided by law, a person whose identification card, vehicle registration or driving privileges are suspended, revoked or canceled by the Department of Transportation is entitled to administrative review of the action rather than to a formal hearing by the department if the suspension, revocation or cancellation is based upon:
(a) A conviction;
(b) Notification from a court that the court has suspended, revoked or canceled an identification card, registration or privileges; or
(c) Notice from a court to the department to suspend, cancel or revoke.
(2) Actions by the department based on grounds other than those specified in subsection (1) of this section may be subject to administrative review rather than a formal hearing if specifically provided by law. [1991 c.702 §2; 1993 c.627 §1]
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