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Maloney v. New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission

SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY APPELLATE DIVISION


December 20, 2007

JAMES M. MALONEY, APPELLANT,
v.
NEW JERSEY MOTOR VEHICLE COMMISSION, RESPONDENT.

On appeal from a Final Decision of the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission.

Per curiam.

NOT FOR PUBLICATION WITHOUT THE APPROVAL OF THE APPELLATE DIVISION

Submitted: December 12, 2007

Before Judges Cuff and Lisa.

Appellant James M. Maloney appeals from a final decision of the Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) that denied his request for an administrative hearing and confirmed his current driving while intoxicated surcharge balance. Appellant argues that the agency should have conducted an administrative hearing because he submitted competent evidence that the agency used an erroneous address to notify him of the imposition of the surcharge and the amount due. We disagree and affirm.

This matter returns to this court following appellant's initial appeal from the February 22, 2005 determination of the MVC denying his request for an administrative hearing to determine the validity of an outstanding surcharge and continuing suspension of his New Jersey driving privileges. We affirmed the determination but allowed Maloney "to seek an administrative hearing if he can furnish to the [MVC] competent factual evidence that the Fort Lee address was not his official last address of record with the [MVC] on the dates when the surcharge notices were sent to him. Maloney v. N.J. Motor Vehicle Comm'n, No. A-3954-04T2 (App. Div. Dec. 7, 2005).

On January 3, 2006, Maloney submitted an affidavit with supporting exhibits in support of his request for an administrative hearing. Maloney explained that he was a merchant seaman at the time of and after the offense. He also explained that the address of record in Fort Lee used by the MVC was the address of a mail receiving and forwarding service he used when he was at sea. Thus, Maloney cannot demonstrate that he had no association with the address used by the MVC. We, therefore, affirm the March 8, 2007 final determination denying Maloney's request for an administrative hearing to contest the validity of the surcharge.

Affirmed.

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