Has your drivers license in Illinois been revoked for a DUI conviction in Illinois or any other state? If you are looking to clear up your Illinois drivers license after a DUI revocation, you will most likely need to have an administrative hearing with the Illinois Secretary of State. When you have two or more DUIs on your record you will normally have to attend what is called a formal administrative hearing – these are located in four spots in Illinois and there is a location in Joliet and Chicago that we utilize for our clients.
So if you want to clear up your Illinois drivers license after being convicted of a DUI offense, you should contact someone who knows the process and has obtained successful results.
The process begins with going back and determining what happened on the night of each of the DUIs. Next, we research and request any documents that the Secretary of State might use against you at your hearing. Then we look at your treatment documents – you will not be allowed to have a hearing with the Secretary of State if you have not completed your alcohol treatment – and these documents need to be perfect. We help review them and make sure that they are legitimate and the the Secretary of State will believe them.
Finally, you need to practice your hearing BEFORE you go in for the real hearing. If you do not know every single question that you will face at your hearing, you will have a much harder time of being approved from your testimony. We prepare you so that you understand the questions you will be asked and how to answer them credibly to give you the best chance to clear up your license.
If you are looking to reinstate your drivers license in Illinois and need help with the process, call the law offices of John W Callahan, Ltd. at anytime to discuss your case.
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