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Illinois license reinstatement important checklist before hearing

Posted by John Callahan | May 08, 2015 | 0 Comments

In the area of Illinois license reinstatement, by far most people who have been convicted of a DUI will have to have an administrative hearing. While there are two types of administrative hearings, informal hearings and formal hearings, both of those hearings have similar requirements in order to be allowed in for either hearing.
 I have recently seen an issue where someone who was allowed into a hearing at the Secretary of State administrative office in Illinois and was actually granted driving privileges but subsequently that order granting driving privileges was removed. It is important to know that you should double check your driving abstract before your hearing because even if you think that all of the driving tickets you ever had look clean on your driving record, they might actually not look clean and can prevent you from having a hearing.
 Even if these tickets are from 20 years ago and have actually been resolved, they might cause a blip on your driving abstract if the clerk of the county where you had the tickets did not update that information to the Secretary of State.
 If you need help with a formal administrative hearing or have been revoked in Illinois for a driving under the influence of alcohol conviction, feel free to contact drivers license lawyer John W Callahan at anytime.
 – Posted by Illinois license reinstatement lawyer John W Callahan

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