MAYOR AND EXECUTIVE AGENCIES - CONCEALED PISTOL LICENSING REVIEW BOARD - SUMMARY SUSPENSION HEARINGS


Published: 2015-08-14

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1226 SUMMARY SUSPENSION HEARINGS

1226.1 Any person subject to a summary suspension or summary limitation of a license issued pursuant to the Act shall have the right to request a hearing to the Board, in the manner described in § 1202.3, within seventy-two (72) hours after service of notice of the summary suspension or limitation of the license on the Board.

1226.2 The Board shall hold a hearing within seventy-two (72) hours after receipt of a timely request for hearing.

1226.3 The Board shall notify the Chief and the appellant of the date and location of the hearing as soon as practical.

1226.4 The Chief shall have the burden of production and the burden of persuasion for the summary suspension.

1226.5 A summary evidentiary hearing shall be conducted in a manner that provides opportunity to the licensee to challenge the basis of the Chief’s suspension action through the presentation of documentary evidence and testimony, as well as the ability to examine and cross-examine any witness.

1226.6 If the Board sustains the suspension, it shall issue a written decision setting forth its findings of facts and conclusions of law. The decision to sustain the suspension shall expire within thirty (30) days after the decision is issued unless the Chief has served the licensee a notice of intent to revoke pursuant to Section 905 of the Act. If the Chief has served the licensee a notice of intent to revoke pursuant to Section 905 of the Act, the summary suspension shall remain in effect until the Chief revokes the permit or, if a timely request for an appeal of the notice of revocation has been filed with the Board, the conclusion of the notice of revocation appeal.

1226.7 Any decision of the Board to sustain a suspension shall be a temporary decision and not a final action. There is no right of appeal from a decision of the Board to sustain a summary suspension action. An appeal must follow a final decision of the Board to sustain a revocation of the license that was the subject of the summary suspension and the appeal must be based on the facts and conclusions that formed the basis of the final decision.

SOURCE: Final Rulemaking published at 62 DCR 11123 (August 14, 2015).