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What type of revocation?
Medical, nursing, dental?
i don't have his drivers license number right now
Ok, I thought this might be for a driver's license revocation or some other type of license.
Has the person been committed for treatment, been released and then done something to violate the terms of the supervised release?
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Ok, the violating agency has to file a petition for revocation. Then the judge has 30 days to hear the petition and must issue a final ruling within 90 days of when they filed the petition.
(d) The court shall hear the petition within 30 days, unless the hearing or time deadline is waived by the detained person. A final decision on the petition to revoke the order for supervised release shall be made within 90 days of the filing. Pending the revocation hearing, the department may detain the person in the county jail or return him or her to institutional care.