As a licensed attorney in the State of Illinois who handles drivers license reinstatement issues, many clients ask what will happen if they are arrested while on a restricted driving permit. The answer depends on how they were arrested. If a person is arrested during the restricted driving permit based on an alcohol related offense, that will pose a problem with the Secretary of State and they may deny the client for full reinstatement of his or her Illinois drivers license. I have found in other circumstances where the arrest had nothing to do with alcohol that my clients have had no problems in getting fully reinstated. Obviously, if you have any questions specifically you can call my office at anytime to go over how your Illinois drivers license can be affected by a subsequent arrest.
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