A Case is Born

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How does a case get to OSAH?

(1) A dispute arises between the  state and an individual or entity.

(2) One party (normally the Petitioner) requests a hearing.

(3) The hearing requests is referred to OSAH.

(4) The case is assigned to a judge.

(5) The case is scheduled for a hearing and the parties are issued notice of where and when the hearing will take place.

(6) The parties will either resolve the case prior to a hearing through a settlement agreement or the case will proceed to the hearing.

(7) After the hearing, the judge renders a decision.