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A. Within thirty days after receipt of the notice of denial, the applicant may petition the director in writing for a hearing on the application. On filing the petition, the director shall fix a date for the hearing.
B. The applicant has the right to be present at the hearing, to testify in the applicant's own behalf and to have other persons as the applicant desires be present and testify at the hearing.
C. The director shall issue subpoenas to the persons the applicant requests, requiring them to be present and to testify at the hearing.
D. A transcript of the testimony of all witnesses taken at the hearing shall be made and preserved.
E. Within ten days after the hearing, the director shall make written findings of fact and conclusions and shall either grant or finally deny the application.
F. If the application is finally denied, the applicant, within thirty days from the date of final denial, may appeal to the superior court in Maricopa county. The action shall be tried as other civil actions and shall be conducted as a trial de novo.