Illinois License Reinstatement or Clearance of License After DUI
You don't need to get denied on the first try! Many people wrongly believe that the reinstatement of your driving privileges requires several attempts through the formal administrative hearing process with the Secretary of State, but driver's license attorney John W. Callahan can successfully achieve full reinstatement of your driving privileges at the first hearing. The process begins with a formal administrative hearing, where the burden of facts falls squarely on the petitioner – that is you. With the experience of 10 out of 10 AVVO Rated License reinstatement lawyer John W. Callahan helping you through the reinstatement process, you will be fully prepared to get your Illinois driver's license back on your first attempt. The process requires the petitioner to prove that you are not a danger to public safety. You also need to know how to respond to the Secretary of State's pre-determined criteria. We help our clients by compiling a comprehensive driving record and history of all of their DUI arrests, some going back as far as 30-40 years ago. We prepare all of our clients weeks before the hearing on every question they will face and testimony that will be asked of them at the formal hearing. We also know all of the questions that will be asked at the Secretary of State formal hearing and prepare our clients with truthful, consistent testimony that allows them to get their driver's license reinstated the first time.
Not all clients are eligible for full reinstatement of their driving privileges, depending on the number of DUI arrests that have led to a revocable event and their previous driving record. In these situations, attorney John Callahan will work diligently to fight for a restricted driving permit. Restricted permits, which allow the client to drive to work, school, AA or support group meetings, doctors visits and even daycare, are also obtained through the formal administrative hearing process. Secretary of State Administrative hearing attorney John W. Callahan carefully prepares all of his clients to face the Secretary of State's interrogation, as the process and outcome to obtain a restricted driving permit are similar to those necessary to obtain full reinstatement of your driving privileges.
John Callahan differs from many other attorneys. Many clients never meet or speak with their attorney prior to the Secretary of State's formal hearing date and their results reflect this neglect. This will never happen when you retain John Callahan for your Secretary of State formal or informal hearing. John W. Callahan will never just take your retainer money and then only meet you at the formal hearing office and act surprised and saddened when your request is denied. Driver's license reinstatement attorney John W. Callahan does not request a Secretary of State formal administrative hearing until we have met with and prepared you several times to ensure that we have collected all relevant information and have prepared all of your testimony. In our opinion, it is better to wait an additional month getting prepared for your hearing, than to be denied on your first try because you are unprepared for the questions posed, and then have to wait four more months after denial to obtain a new hearing. Our incredible success record and the high percentage of first attempt successes have verified this procedure. Attorney John Callahan makes certain clients get a fighting chance to get their license reinstated or granted an RDP (restricted driving permit)
Many people now believe that all first hearings are routinely denied. This is a fallacy borne out of ill-equipped, unprepared defenses. We routinely obtain reinstatement on our first attempt. Contact us if previous endeavors have been unsuccessful or if you have been denied on your first attempt at getting your license cleared up.1-877-4 MY-ILDL (1-877-469-4535).
The exceptional license reinstatement lawyer John W. Callahan handles reinstatement cases throughout the entire State of Illinois and is extremely familiar with the Secretary of State's offices in Cook, DuPage, Kane, Will and McHenry counties. We also handle reinstatement cases from all 50 states including Wisconsin, Indiana, California, Michigan, New York, Florida, Colorado and Texas.
While attorney John W Callahan represents clients throughout the Chicago area, including Lincoln Park, Bucktown, Chicago Loop, Schaumburg, Oak Park, Arlington Heights, Long Grove, Hinsdale, Hoffman Estates, Clarendon Hills, Des Plaines, Wheaton, Oak Brook, Elmhurst, Cicero, Tinley Park, Palatine and Skokie, they will accept clients from all over the United States and, if necessary, from those people military troops stationed overseas.
Count on license reinstatement lawyer John W. Callahan to get you back on the road. The process is not as scary as many attorneys represent, but it does require hard work and diligence to ensure success. We come prepared and experienced to offer our clients positive results. Our job is to explore and find ways to get you back on the road legally, not just throw you and your case on the mercy of the Secretary of State. We endeavor to seize and maintain the upper hand in all Secretary of State license reinstatement cases. We do not request a retainer and then meet you at the hearing without preparing you thoroughly in our office. We come fully prepared to obtain reinstatement on the first go-around. If you are looking for meticulous, hands-on professional driver's license attorneys, give us a call at1-877-4 MY-ILDL (1-877-469-4535).