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Illinois license reinstatement from Indiana DUI

Posted by John Callahan | Jul 27, 2018 | 0 Comments

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 a plea on any DUI charge, operating while intoxicated charge, or any similar offense in another state will wind up resulting in a conviction on your Illinois driving record which will then result in your Illinois driving privileges being revoked from the Secretary of State.
 I am currently trying to find a way to prevent the Illinois Secretary of State from revoking the driving privileges of anyone found guilty but given a deferred prosecution in the state of Indiana. My interpretation of a deferred DUI resolution from the state of Indiana is that it is even less of a sentence than that's given in Illinois of court supervision on a driving under the influence of alcohol charge.
 A deferred prosecution in Indiana does not result from a finding or even plea of guilty and at the end of the term of a deferred prosecution, the charges are completely dismissed. In fact, the client does not even need to appear in Indiana to receive the sentence which is unheard of in the state of Illinois. I will update this blog when I find out how the Secretary of State will treat deferred prosecution coming from Indiana or Wisconsin I need driving under the influence of alcohol charge to prevent the need for proceeding with a license reinstatement hearing in Illinois.
 – Posted by Illinois license reinstatement lawyer John W Callahan

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