During the hearing, the offender, the offender's attorney, and the agent are all permitted to present evidence on the issues for which the revocation of supervision is recommended. The evidence may include the testimony of witnesses, documents and audio visual recordings. All parties present may question witnesses and the testimony is recorded. The ALJ must decide at the hearing if the evidence proves the offender violated the conditions of supervision and furthermore if the revocation of supervision appropriate.
After the hearing, the ALJ will write a decision determining whether or not supervision will be revoked and provide an explanation of the reason they are revoking supervision. This decision will be sent to the offender, the offender's attorney and the agent within 10 working days of the hearing.