The benefits of using an attorney in front of an administrative law judge is that that attorney will understand the rules that apply to that proceeding. There are various rules that allow you due process, and the ability to question and cross examine or present evidence. And if you’re not familiar with those rules,… Read More »
You will probably need an attorney to assist you in an administrative hearing before an administrative law judge, given the complexities involved in administrative law in Florida. A skilled attorney can assist you through this process, and help you navigate the multitude of issues that may arise in your case.
Administrative law judges handle many different types of cases, including those where a government agency regulates the profession of an individual. For example, teachers, doctors, lawyers, and other professionals, such as nurses and even contractors, are governed by various statutes in Florida, and therefore, their practice of their profession is regulated by a government… Read More »
An administrative hearing is a forum overseen by an administrative law judge. Usually in such a hearing, a government agency is seeking to discipline someone’s license. For example, if you’re a teacher, a government agency will ask for a final hearing, in order to impose some type of disciplinary action on somebody’s license. In… Read More »
The administrative law is different than litigating through the courts in that an administrative law judge or a magistrate will be the one to decide the outcome of your case rather than in a criminal court or even in the civil court. More than likely, you’re entitled to have a trial by jury and… Read More »
Absolutely. Nothing requires you to actually go forward in the hearing itself in presenting evidence. This can be done prior to any hearing, going through all of the evidence and the process, and an experienced lawyer could get your case resolved without necessarily going through that hearing.