Many people who receive a notice of suspension, revocation or cancellation from DMV are entitled to an Administrative Review. The notice you received from DMV will indicate if you are entitled to one (see below to learn how to request an Administrative Review).
If you are entitled to an Administrative Review, it is because DMV received a court document, conviction(s) or notice from another state or authority that by law requires DMV to suspend, revoke or cancel your driving privileges or identification card. DMV did not make a determination that led to your sanction.
During an Administrative Review, DMV will make certain that no error was made in carrying out the required actions. However, we cannot verify if the court or other authority made the correct determination or overrule a conviction
. If the suspension, revocation or cancellation was properly ordered, or is required by law because of the particular conviction(s) you received, DMV cannot overturn or delay the sanction no matter what extenuating circumstances exist. Note: If your notice tells you that you are entitled to a hearing under Oregon's Administrative Procedures Act, please see Administrative Hearings.