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9. How do I request an ADLRO hearing?

Posted on Jan 13, 2017 in

If you want to request a hearing, your request must be received by the ADLRO within 6 calendar days of the review decision to get the hearing scheduled within 25... read more

10. Is there a fee for an ADLRO hearing?

Posted on Jan 13, 2017 in

Yes.  There is a non-refundable $30 fee for a hearing, payable by cash, check or money order (no credit or debit cards accepted), made payable to “State Director of Finance”... read more

11. What happens at an ADLRO hearing?

Posted on Jan 13, 2017 in

You may be represented by an attorney (at your expense), or you may represent yourself (called “pro se”).  If you are under the age of 18 at the time of... read more

By law, the Respondent must request issuance of subpoenas for any witnesses he/she wants to testify (including law enforcement officers) no later than 5 calendar days prior to the scheduled... read more

13. How do I postpone my hearing?

Posted on Jan 13, 2017 in

In order to postpone/continue your hearing, you must prepare and file a Request for Continuance/Notice of Continued Administrative Hearing with the ADLRO prior to your scheduled hearing date and time. ... read more

If you are 15 or more minutes late for your hearing, or you do not show up for your hearing as scheduled, you may be held in default.  You should... read more

15. What if I do not speak English?

Posted on Jan 13, 2017 in

All ADLRO business is conducted in English, and all ADLRO hearings are in English.  If you do not speak English, the ADLRO will provide an interpreter for you, at no... read more

No.  It is only required if you want to drive during the license revocation period.  If you don’t want to drive during the license revocation period, then it is not... read more

You will need to submit a copy of your approved ignition interlock device (IID) installation agreement from SmartStart, proof of valid motor vehicle insurance, and an ignition interlock permit (IIP)... read more

No.  Under current law, a Respondent whose license is expired, suspended or revoked as a result of action other than the instant revocation is not eligible for an ignition interlock... read more