Sec. 10 . (a) A person against whom an ignition interlock device order has been issued under section 8.5 of this chapter or whose driving privileges have been suspended under section 9 of this chapter is entitled to a prompt judicial hearing. The person may file a petition that requests a hearing:
(1) in the court where the charges with respect to the person's operation of a vehicle are pending; or
(2) if charges with respect to the person's operation of a vehicle have not been filed, in any court of the county where the alleged offense or refusal occurred that has jurisdiction over crimes committed in violation of IC 9-30-5.
(b) The petition for review must:
(1) be in writing;
(2) be verified by the person seeking review; and
(3) allege specific facts that contradict the facts alleged in the probable cause affidavit.
(c) The hearing under this section shall be limited to the following issues:
(1) Whether the arresting law enforcement officer had probable cause to believe that the person was operating a vehicle in violation of IC 9-30-5.
(2) Whether the person refused to submit to a chemical test offered by a law enforcement officer.
(d) If the court finds:
(1) that there was no probable cause; or
(2) that the person's driving privileges were suspended under section 9(b) of this chapter and that the person did not refuse to submit to a chemical test;
the court shall order the bureau to rescind the ignition interlock device requirement or reinstate the person's driving privileges.
(e) The prosecuting attorney of the county in which a petition has been filed under this chapter shall represent the state on relation of the bureau with respect to the petition.
(f) The petitioner has the burden of proof by a preponderance of the evidence.
(g) The court's order is a final judgment appealable in the manner of civil actions by either party. The attorney general shall represent the state on relation of the bureau with respect to the appeal.
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