As a license reinstatement lawyer in the State of Illinois for the past 18 years, I am pleased to announce that there have been some major changes that have occurred that will help many people obtain their driving privileges much faster than they would have been able to before the new law was passed. The new law changing the requirement for hard-time or no driving at all will begin January 1, 2016. What this means is that if you have been told by the Secretary of State that you are not eligible to obtain driving relief after being revoked or suspended on a DUI due to a DUI or driving under the influence of alcohol charge, you will in many cases be allowed to obtain a license reinstatement hearing with the Illinois Secretary of State almost immediately.
If you are currently revoked or suspended for a DUI and need help in obtaining driving privileges, my office has represented hundreds of clients successfully at the administrative hearings with the Secretary of State. The number one thing you need to find out is IF you are eligible for a hearing. We can help with that so don't be afraid to call and ask us any questions relating to getting your Illinois driving privileges back.
Like I said, if you have any questions relating to license reinstatement in Illinois, feel free to contact the experienced driver's license lawyer John W Callahan to discuss your case anytime.
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