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Does it matter whether I request a DOL Hearing online or by mail?

No. I do not think it makes a difference anymore. In the old days there was a small chance the Department of Licensing (DOL) would misplace or not process the request properly. Now, it rarely happens ...
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How many days do I have to apply for a Department of Licensing (DOL) Hearing?

You have 20 Calender days to apply for a Department of Licensing (DOL) Hearing. Remember it is not business or Court days - but actual calender days from the date of your arrest for DUI or Physcial ...
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Should I request a DOL Hearing?

Yes, in my opinion you always request a Washington State Department of Licensing (DOL) Hearing - even if it looks like the hearing will be unsuccessful. It is worth the $375.00. It is important to ...
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What happens if I do not request a Department of Licensing (DOL) Hearing within 20 days?

Your Washington State driver's license will be suspended or revoked (revoked if 1 year or more) 60 calender days from the date of your arrest. If you miss the 20-day deadline you are out of luck. ...
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