Rescheduling a hearing
If your hearing is not an express consent hearing (alcohol or drug related), you may request to reschedule it by calling 303-205-5606.
Rescheduling an express consent hearing:
For express consent hearings, reschedule requests must be in writing.
By law, if an attorney or respondent requests a reschedule, the revocation will go into effect on the date the hearing was originally scheduled. C.R.S. §42-2-126(d) The Hearings Division will attempt to accommodate your request, however due to the docket caseload, it may not be possible to reschedule your case. Hearings must be held within 60 days of the original request, and there must be sufficient time to notify all parties. If you are an attorney or respondent requesting a reschedule, click here for a reschedule request form.
If you are a law enforcement officer, you may request a reschedule for reasonable conflict (including, but not limited to training, vacation, or personal leave) provided the request is made at least 48 hours prior to the hearing. C.R.S. §42-2-126(8)(a)(III) Reschedule requests may be considered up to the time of hearing if they are for just cause, including but not limited to medical reasons, law enforcement emergency, or another court or administrative hearing, as long as the Hearings Division is notified. C.R.S. §42-2-126(8)(a)(III) If you are a law enforcement officer requesting a reschedule, click here for a reschedule request form.
*Disclaimer: This summary was prepared by the Department of Revenue Hearings Division and should be used as a reference only. Interested parties should refer to the full text of the law and seek legal counsel before drawing conclusions