As an Illinois license reinstatement lawyer for the past 18 years, I have seen my fair share of successful outcomes in the license reinstated process. I received many calls every day from people who have lost their driving privileges in Illinois for various reasons. The most common reason is that a person has been revoked in Illinois after being convicted of a DUI charge.
After a person has been convicted of a DUI in Illinois, their privilege to drive will be revoked by the Illinois Secretary of State. In order to qualify for a license reinstatement hearing, several hurtles must be surpassed. First, alcohol treatment that complies with the Illinois Secretary of State requirements must be completed. Next, you need to be aware of the facts that the Secretary of State will be looking for at your formal administrative hearing: a) what what time was the DUI arrest; b) what time did you submit to a breathalyzer exam; c) why did the police stop you; d) what was your breathalyzer score, Et cetera et cetera.
You also need to know the parameters of your DUI alcohol evaluation and its requirements. For example, if you testify that you are dependent on alcohol or have lost control of your drinking, you better not be a level to significant risk is that does not match what the Secretary of State would expect.
If you have any questions about how to get your license reinstated in Illinois or need assistance from a drivers license lawyer in Illinois after being convicted of a DUI charge, feel free to contact license reinstatement lawyer John W Callahan at anytime.
Written by John W. Callahan