Examples of revocation in a Sentence
threatened the revocation of his son's driving privileges
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Path’s decision to surrender the charter voluntarily comes a few weeks before the state’s statutory deadline — July 19 — to make a final decision on revocation.
The punishments Sears faced ranged from a public reprimand to a revocation of his license, which would have permanently prevented him from practicing medicine in the state.
The first three charges of DUI or DUAC are misdemeanors, with jail terms ranging from 30 days to three years, fines of $400 to $6,300, and license revocations from six months to four years.
The Kansas medical board said its order should be treated as a license revocation.
As for Legendre, he was charged with operating after habitual offender revocation and falsifying physical evidence, the paper reported.
During that time, the Washington State Liquor Control and Cannabis Board will seek a permanent license revocation.
Suits filed elsewhere are also contesting those revocation.
Defense attorneys said revocation of bail would be very harsh.
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