The Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH) is a court. You have a right to appeal when you disagree with an action taken by certain state agencies.  OAH hears and decides the disagreement.  The judge who hears your case is neutral and not employed by the state agency involved in the disagreement.  After your hearing, the judge will make a decision based on the facts gathered at the hearing.  You can appeal the decision of the OAH judge. You must follow specific steps at the end of the decision you receive.