As a license reinstatement attorney, John Callahan has helped hundreds of people in the state of Illinois get their license back. One of the first questions that people always ask me is where do we go for our license reinstatement hearing? While that answer varies because the first determination is whether or not the client is a formal or informal mandated. What this means is that a DUI license hearing can either be at an in formal location or it can be held at a formal hearing location.
Informal locations. Most Secretary of State driving facilities have an informal hearing officer in them. If you have only been charged with one DUI whether it be out-of-state or instant, you will probably be allowed to go to an informal hearing. DUI license lawyer John Callahan helps people with their informal hearings.
Formal locations. There are four locations in the state of Illinois where a person who has been revoked for DUI can obtain her license back at a formal hearing. Springfield, Mount Vernon, Chicago, and Joliet. If you live in the furthest point Sal in Illinois, you can still have your hearing up in Chicago. Also, if you live in Dekalb County, you can have your hearing down south in Mount Vernon.
John Callahan almost always takes his clients to the Joliet hearing location across the street from the Will County Courthouse. If your license is revoked because of a DUI and you are looking to obtain it, you can contact John Callahan at anytime to discuss your matter. Or feel free to look at any of his successful cases where he is helped people get their license back after their DUI.