The suspension began Friday, according to the document.
The petition asks Kanawha Circuit Court Judge Duke Bloom to extend the revocation notice for 24 hours.
Wolfe, the senior labor and employment lawyer with the Jackson Kelly firm, was in CAMC General Hospital for six days because of the injuries he received around the time of his arrest on June 17, his lawyer said previously.
He was kept in the hospital while doctors determined if he needed surgery, Bailey said.
According to a criminal complaint filed in Kanawha County Magistrate Court, Wolfe was arrested shortly after midnight on June 17 by State Police Trooper Paul A. Green. Wolfe was charged with driving under the influence, obstructing an officer, making an improper lane change and running a traffic signal.
After his arrest, Wolfe was taken to State Police headquarters in South Charleston, Bailey said. Wolfe was not given a Breathalyzer test, he said.
Wolfe was beaten at headquarters while he was handcuffed, Bailey alleges. He said he did not know if Green was the officer who struck Wolfe.
Wolfe suffered multiple facial fractures, including fractures to his eye socket, Bailey said.
An internal investigation into Wolfe's allegations are ongoing, State Police Lt. G.A. Ingold of the professional standards section said July 27.
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