Posted by John Callahan | Sep 04, 2020 |
Driver’s license attorney, John W. Callahan, talks about how to get your driver’s license reinstated after being convicted of a DUI in Illinois. Even after being revoked for several years, there are many ways that Attorney Callahan helps his clients clear up their driving privileges.
Posted by John Callahan | Jul 02, 2020 |
Illinois drivers license reinstatement lawyer John W Callahan talks about what happened to the secretary of state drivers license reinstatement hearings during the Covid downturn.
Posted by John Callahan | May 29, 2020 |
License Reinstatement Lawyer John W Callahan discusses the results of a formal administrative hearing delay due to COVID.
Posted by John Callahan | Apr 26, 2020 |
Illinois license reinstatement lawyer John W Callahan discusses the impact the COVID crisis is having on Illinois license reinstatement hearings and the 90 day license extension that the Secretary of State has granted.
Posted by John Callahan | Feb 22, 2020 |
Illinois license reinstatement lawyer John W Callahan discusses a way around the 5 year BAIID requirement for people trying to reinstate their driver's license after a DUI conviction.
Posted by John Callahan | Nov 21, 2019 |
Illinois license reinstatement lawyer John W Callahan discusses what happens when a person in Illinois gets their drivers license revoked.
Posted by John Callahan | Aug 30, 2019 |
Illinois license reinstatement lawyer John W Callahan discusses how a permanent on a three year statutory summary suspension how a permit on a 3 year statutory summary suspension can be obtained even before the criminal DUI charge has been resolved.
Posted by John Callahan | Jul 12, 2019 |
I have had clients who are older and who have limited work requirements and one way that we are able to get them an employment permit is to show that they are self-employed where for example they do handyman service; another example is selling products on the internet through Amazon or even eBay.
Posted by John Callahan | Jun 02, 2019 |
Illinois drivers license lawyer John W Callahan discusses the new two year driving permit after being revoked for DUI. This allows people who have a fear year mandatory BAIID permit to renew every two years instead of every year.
Posted by John Callahan | Apr 05, 2019 |
Illinois license reinstatement lawyer John W Callahan discusses how to get your license cleared up after a domestic Child support issue.
Posted by John Callahan | Mar 10, 2019 |
In Illinois, there is a zero-tolerance policy for underage drinking and driving. Zero-tolerance means that if you are under the age of 21 and are pulled over for driving a vehicle with a BAC over 0.00, you could be charged with a DUI and lose your driving privileges. The smallest trace of alcohol in your system could have you convicted of a DUI under Illinois zero-tolerance laws.
Posted by John Callahan | Feb 01, 2019 |
DUI license reinstatement lawyer John W Callahan discusses the fees from the Illinois Secretary of State to reinstate your drivers license after a suspension or revocation.
Posted by John Callahan | Dec 16, 2018 |
Illinois license reinstatement lawyer John W Callahan discusses fines for reinstating driving privileges with the Illinois Secretary of State.
Posted by John Callahan | Dec 08, 2018 |
The Illinois Department of Public Health notify’ s the Illinois Secretary of State’s Office of the medicinal cannabis registry ID card and the Secretary of State then makes a notation on your driving record. 410 ILCS 130/60 (d).
Posted by John Callahan | Nov 17, 2018 |
In Illinois, a conviction for a DUI will result in a mandatory driver’s license revocation by the Secretary of State. You will need to have a license reinstatement hearing to get your license cleared up.
Posted by John Callahan | Nov 13, 2018 |
Out of state DUI clients will need help by an Illinois license reinstatement lawyer to help them with an administrative hearing for their license revocation.
Posted by John Callahan | Sep 24, 2018 |
Driving in Illinois is a privilege and once your driving privileges have been suspended, you must take the necessary action to regain your license. There is no one set of requirements to get your driver's license reinstated after a suspension. The requirements are dependent on the reason your lic...
Posted by John Callahan | Sep 01, 2018 |
The Interstate Driver's License Compact is an interstate compact among 45 states, in which the participating states agree to honor each other's driver license suspension requirements and notify the state you are licensed in of your DUI conviction or refusal to take a breathalyzer. If you've been ...
Posted by John Callahan | Aug 26, 2018 |
If your Illinois Driver's License is revoked due to a DUI Conviction and that conviction cannot be overturned, the answer is NO. In Illinois, in order to get your license reinstated you will need to have a administrative hearing with the Illinois Secretary of State's office. There are two types o...
Posted by John Callahan | Aug 17, 2018 |
If your license has been suspended or revoked, your first step you get your license reinstated is to request relief through an administrative hearing. The Illinois Secretary of State may allow you to apply for a restricted driving permit (RDP), also known as an Illinois hardship license, as you a...
Posted by John Callahan | Aug 02, 2018 |
I get a few calls every week from people who have had at least 2 DUI convictions from all over the country. These people at one point had some link with an Illinois driver's license so now Illinois has a hold that will not allow them to renew their license in another state. Many of these people...
Posted by John Callahan | Jul 27, 2018 |
I have been representing clients charged with DUI in Illinois, around the Schaumburg and Chicago areas for over 17 years. If your license has been suspended for a DUI, you should consider obtaining a Monitoring Device Driving Permit. A first-time DUI offender may obtain a Monitoring Device Driv...
Posted by John Callahan | Jul 27, 2018 |
As an Illinois license reinstatement lawyer for the past 18 years, I have represented hundreds of clients who have been suspended or revoked for driving under the influence of alcohol in Illinois. I have seen many out-of-state DUI convictions affect hundreds of people in Illinois. 99% of the time...
Posted by John Callahan | Jul 26, 2018 |
If you live outside of the State of Illinois and your drivers license is revoked for a driving under the influence of alcohol conviction or if you are trying to renew your license in any state that you live in including California, Texas, New York, or Florida, you should feel free to contact lice...
Posted by John Callahan | Jul 18, 2018 |
What are the circumstances in which a driver's license may get revoked? How can I get my revoked Illinois driver's license reinstated?
Unlike a driver's license suspension, there is no automatic or set reinstatement date for a revocation. In Illinois, your license can be revoked by the Secretar...