|05-21-2011, 03:48 AM||#1|
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CSAC changes mind, UFC's Chael Sonnen free to apply for license
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The California State Athletic Commission today reversed a decision to treat Chael Sonnen's indefinite suspension as a license revocation, which clears the way for the onetime middleweight contender to apply for a fight license in the state after his suspension runs its course on June 29 of this year.
On Thursday, CSAC Executive Director George Dodd told MMAjunkie.com ([Only registered and activated users can see links. ]) that California Code of Regulations Title 4 Rule 399 was used as justification by CSAC legal advisers for classifying the suspension as a revocation.
Today, however, the CSAC announced there were errors made in the interpretation of that rule.
"Upon reviewing the May 18, 2011 decision of the commission, an error in the applicability of Rule 399 was made," stated a release issued today by the commission. "The rule states that, 'Any applicant who has been denied an application for a license may not file a similar application until one year from the date of the last previous denial by the commission. Any application filed within the one year period may be denied without the necessity of a hearing. Anyone who has had his license revoked may not petition for reinstatement or apply for a new license until one year after the date of such revocation. Any petition for reinstatement filed within the one year period may be denied without the necessity of a hearing.'
What a crock of ****. Zuffa giving bribes now?
|05-21-2011, 04:59 AM||#4|
Juan Manuel Marquez
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Re: CSAC changes mind, UFC's Chael Sonnen free to apply for license
My first thoughts too. A vile bunch of scum