2000 - California DMV Cancellation of "Redskin" License Plate
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DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES
STATE OF CALIFORNIAAPR 14 2000
DEPT. OF MOTOR VEHICLES
BY (signed) M. Harrison
In the Matter Of the Cancellation of:
GEORGE F. CORREA CASE NO. ELP-99-1028
Environmental License Plates OAH NO. L-1999120480
The Proposed Decision of the Administrative Law Judge, a copy of which is
herewith served upon you and which has heretofore been filed as a public record as
provided in Government Code, section 11517, subdivision (b), is hereby adopted by
the Director of the Department of Motor Vehicles of the State of California as the
Decision in the above matter.
This Decision shall become effectiveAPR 14 2000
DATED:APR 13 2000
(signed) Ed Snyder
for STEVEN GOURLEY
On March 8, 2000, in Oakland, California, Perry 0. Johnson, Administrative Law Judge, Office of Administrative Hearings, State of California, heard this matter.
Craig Stevenson, Staff Counsel, represented the complainant.
Respondent George F. Correa appeared at the hearing to represent his own interests.
On March 8, 2000, the parties submitted the matter and the record was closed.
Ed Snyder made the Order Canceling Environmental License Plates and the Order for the Return of Plates in his official capacity as Acting Director, Department of Motor Vehicles ("Department").
The Department on a date before August 15, 1996, issued to respondent George F. Correa, with Susan L. Correa, ("respondent") an environmental license plate with the lettering: "RDSKINS."
On August 15, 1996, the Department granted respondent's application to remove the subject license plates from a Volvo automobile so as to reassign the license plates to a GMC Yukon vehicle. Since that time the license plates have been attached to respondent's GMC Yukon truck.