Have you recently received a letter from the Illinois Secretary of State fraud department indicating that your driver's license is suspended due to you using a fake name or identity several years ago? Did the letter state that you need to meet with the Illinois Secretary of State Police Department to discuss your identity and suspension? Do not be afraid.
As an Illinois license reinstatement lawyer for the past twenty years, my office has helped hundreds and hundreds of people reinstate their driving privileges for DUI convictions and fraud allegations.
The first step with us is to set up a meeting with the Illinois Secretary of State police to establish the true identity with the state. This can be a scary process but we are with you at the meeting and guide you through the process to keep you safe and calm.
After the meeting with the Secretary of State police, we wait for the formal suspension to begin from Springfield. At that point, we can take you into either an informal hearing at one of the local DMV locations or we can request a formal administrative hearing seeking modification of the length of the suspension (asking to shorten the length of the suspension).
This is not an easy process but we have the experience in license reinstatement to guide you through the fraud department and get you back on the road legally.