2013 Maryland Code
§ 16-207 - Administration may require reexamination
(a) (1) The Administration may require a licensee to submit to reexamination, on at least 7 days’ written notice, if:
(i) The licensee is involved in an accident resulting in the death of another; or
(ii) Except as provided in paragraph (2) of this subsection, the Administration has good cause to believe that the licensee is unfit, unsafe, or otherwise not qualified to be licensed.
(2) The Administration may not use the age of the licensee as grounds for reexamination.
(b) After reexamination, the Administration, as appropriate, may:
(1) Suspend or revoke the licensee’s driver’s license under § 16-206 of this subtitle; however, the Administration may not suspend or revoke a licensee’s driver’s license if the suspension or revocation is based on any records or evidence by a person alleging that the licensee is an unsafe or unfit driver, unless the person has been identified to the licensee and the licensee is given an opportunity to cross-examine that person at a hearing;
(2) Permit the licensee to retain the license; or
(3) Issue a new license subject to any restrictions permitted by this title.
(c) The Administration may suspend or revoke the driver’s license of any licensee who refuses or neglects to submit to a reexamination under this section.
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