1 Colo. Code Regs. § 211-3-6

Current through Register Vol. 47, No. 10, May 30, 2024

Basis and Purpose: This rule is promulgated pursuant to §§ 24-1-107, 24-1-117, 24-35-103, 42-1-102(24), 42-1-201, 42-1-204, 42-2-126(3)(b), 42-2-127, and 42-2-127.9, C.R.S. The purpose of this rule is to describe the circumstances for cancelling a PDL and process for reviewing cancellation of a PDL.

A. The Department may cancel a PDL if it determines Respondent violated a restriction of the PDL or upon notification of a moving traffic violation while driving with a PDL. Notification can include a citation, incident report, or other reliable communication from a law enforcement officer.
B. The Respondent may request a hearing by telephone, in person, or in writing on the issue of PDL cancellation. The Respondent must surrender any license or permit at the time of the request, unless the PDL has been previously surrendered to the Department or to a law enforcement officer.
C. The hearing shall be held as promptly as possible with consideration given to the docketing requirements for the hearing location, the schedule of the Respondent and any representative of the Respondent, and the availability of a Hearing Officer.
D. The Department and/or the Respondent may submit evidence or present testimony at the hearing.
E. After consideration of the evidence, the Hearing Officer shall make a final decision regarding the cancellation of the PDL. The Hearing Officer may sustain the cancellation, re-issue the PDL, or modify the terms and conditions of the PDL.

1 CCR 211-3-6

46 CR 20, October 25, 2023, effective 11/29/2023
47 CR 07, April 10, 2024, effective 5/1/2024