Man accused of DUI seeks judicial review

By Robert Hadley | May 6, 2016

PRINCETON – A Mercer County man says the West Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles suspended his license based on false allegations.

Chandler Dillow filed a lawsuit April 28 in Mercer Circuit Court against the West Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles.

According to the complaint, an administrative decision the DMV handed down on March 29 contains six factually incorrect statements about a May 31, 2014 incident involving the plaintiff. The suit denies the evidence presented in the ruling and maintains that at the time of the incident, Dillow was not driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

Dillow seeks a stay of the DMV ruling until a full hearing has taken place. He is represented by attorney Mark E. Willis of the Willis Law Office in Princeton.

Judge Derek C. Swope is assigned to the case.

Mercer Circuit Court Case number 16-C-136-D3

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