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Hudson v. Haight, Washington Department of Licensing (Grays Harbor County Sup. 2012)

Case Conclusion Date: 02.23.2012

Practice Area: Litigation

Outcome: Prevailed - Awarded Writs of Mandamus and Prohibition against DOL and its Director, mandating a hearing and prohibiting the license revocation from taking effect.

Description: Department of Licensing refused to provide a licensed driver with an administrative revocation hearing, as required by law. In a special proceeding in Grays Harbor Superior Court, client sued the Director of DOL for writs of mandamus and prohibition that would mandate DOL to provide a hearing and prohibit DOL from revoking the driver's license while the hearing was pending.

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