After receiving a notice of violation, when may a certificate holder request a hearing?

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Q. After receiving a notice of violation, when may a certificate holder request a hearing?

  1. Under 7 days
  2. Under 21 days
  3. Under 80 days
  4. Under 55 days

ANSWER: 2. Within 21 days

ANSWER IN DETAIL

After receiving a notice of violation, within 21 days the certificate holder may request a hearing. At the hearing, both parties have the opportunity to negotiate a resolution to the issue that may prevent a trial from being necessary.

The hearing is also considered the accused’s initial meeting where questions are asked just before the trial begins.

This gives the accused an opportunity to become familiar with the details of the case against them and to ensure that they understand what will be required of them during the trial process.

By requesting a hearing, the certificate holder is given the chance to avoid a trial altogether or to at least be prepared for one if negotiations are unsuccessful.

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