TITLE 68: PROFESSIONS AND OCCUPATIONS
CHAPTER VII: DEPARTMENT OF PROFESSIONAL REGULATION
SUBCHAPTER a: ADMINISTRATIVE RULES
PART 1110 RULES OF PRACTICE IN ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS
SECTION 1110.30 INSTITUTION OF A CONTESTED CASE BY PETITIONER


 

Section 1110.30  Institution of a Contested Case by Petitioner

 

a)         A contested case is instituted by a petitioner when a Petition for Hearing is mailed to the Department, Attention:  Chief of Prosecutions, postage prepaid.

 

b)         In a case where a petitioner is seeking restoration of a certificate of registration which was revoked or suspended, the Petition for Hearing shall be in writing, signed by the petitioner, and shall set forth:

 

1)         The number of the certificate which was suspended or revoked;

 

2)         The docket number of the case which resulted in discipline;

 

3)         The date on which the suspension or revocation was ordered;

 

4)         Whether the order which suspended or revoked the license was appealed, and if so, whether a stay of the imposition of discipline was granted by any reviewing court;

 

5)         All dates and types of employment held since the discipline was imposed;

 

6)         All continuing or remedial education completed since the discipline was ordered;

 

7)         If the petitioner has sought medical treatment, psychotherapy or counseling since the discipline was ordered, and if rehabilitation is relied upon as a basis for petitioning that the license be restored, the name and address of the treating professional, and whether petitioner consents to disclosure by the professional of matters which are relevant to whether petitioner is fit to resume practice;

 

8)         Any arrests or convictions since the discipline was ordered; and

 

9)         Date and disposition of any other petitions for restoration filed since the discipline was ordered.

 

c)         In a case where petitioner seeks to contest a decision by the Department to deny his application for licensure, the Petition for Hearing will be in writing, signed by the petitioner, and will state with specificity the particular reasons why the applicant believes that the action by the Department to deny licensure was incorrect.

 

d)         Upon receipt by the Chief of Prosecutions of a properly completed Petition for Hearing, a case will be docketed, and notice sent to the petitioner setting forth the date, time, and place of hearing.