State v. L.R.O.
Our client was charged with multiple ignition interlock violations for failing to meet calibration deadlines -- not for alcohol use -- resulting in a 545-day extension. He was subsequently notified of his right to an administrative review, but not a judicial review. Upon his second violation, our client filed for such an administrative review -- and he was denied. We proved to the Court that his constitutional due process rights were violated in that he was never notified of his right to a judicial review. The Court agreed that proper notice of this right in cases such as this is "essential."