Administrative hearing is a semi-judicial hearing before a governmental agency or before an administrative law judge. There is no jury present in these hearings; although, it is advisable to be represented by a competent lawyer. An attorney may represent state agencies: however, agency representatives, who are not attorneys, may also represent them. There are two kinds of rulings: final orders and proposed orders. A final order is the final ruling at the hearing level. Generally, only the opposing party and not the agency, can appeal from a final order to a court of law.
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