A person whose license has been revoked or suspended may petition the agency for reinstatement
or reduction of penalty after a period of not less than one year has elapsed from
the effective date of the decision or from the date of the denial of a similar petition. The agency shall give notice to the Attorney General of the filing of the petition
and the Attorney General and the petitioner shall be afforded an opportunity to present
either oral or written argument before the agency itself. The agency itself shall decide the petition, and the decision shall include the
reasons therefor, and any terms and conditions that the agency reasonably deems appropriate
to impose as a condition of reinstatement. This section shall not apply if the statutes dealing with the particular agency
contain different provisions for reinstatement or reduction of penalty.
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