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PDFWAC 314-42-095

What happens after an administrative hearing?

(1) Following an administrative hearing, the administrative law judge will prepare an initial order and send it to the licensee or permit holder, the assistant attorney general, the board's offices, and any other party to the administrative hearing.
(2)(a) Either the licensee, permit holder, or the assistant attorney general may file a petition for review of the initial order with the liquor control board within twenty days of the date of service of the initial order. With notice to all parties the board may change the time for filing a petition for review of the initial order. The board may extend or shorten the filing time based on a voluntary stipulation of the parties or upon motion of a party that demonstrates a clear and convincing showing of exigent circumstances. The petition for review must:
(i) Specify the portions of the initial order to which exception is taken; and
(ii) Refer to the evidence of record which is relied upon to support the petition.
(b) Within ten days after service of the petition for review, any party may file a reply with the liquor control board and copies of the reply must be mailed to all other parties or their representatives at the time the reply is filed.
(3) The administrative record, the initial order, and any petitions for review and replies filed by the parties will be circulated to the board members for review.
(4) Following this review, the board will enter a final order which is appealable under the provisions of RCW 34.05.510 through 34.05.598 (Washington Administrative Procedure Act). The board may issue a final order that differs from the initial order even though no party has filed a petition for review or reply.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 66.08.030. WSR 08-17-056, ยง 314-42-095, filed 8/15/08, effective 9/15/08.]
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