The Lottery and Charitable Games Control Board (DCLB) issues licenses to vendors to sell lottery products. If DCLB denies, suspends or revokes a license, you may appeal that action to the Office of Administrative Hearings.
Administrative law judges issue a written decision for every case that is contested. The decisions below are examples of some issues raised in Office of Administrative Hearings’ cases involving this agency. You can review these decisions to get a sense of how prior cases were decided.
The Office of Administrative Hearings has not issued any Final Orders involving DCLB.
Administrative law judges base their decisions upon many sources of law, chief among them the District of Columbia laws (DC Official Code) and the District of Columbia regulations (DCMR). Depending on the type of case, federal law (US Code) and federal regulations (CFR) may also be relevant. Cases decided on the issues in other courts, especially the District of Columbia Court of Appeals, are relevant.
- General—Blank Submission Form
- General—Certificate of Service
- General—Customer Survey Form
- General—Electronic Filing Cover Sheet
- General—Subpoena Form (sample only)
- General—Notice of Appearance for Lawyers
- General—Request for a Different Hearing Date
- General—Request to Participate by Telephone
- General—Request for Audio Recording of Hearing