I have handled license reinstatement cases in Illinois for more than a decade. I have had several clients who came to me after receiving a new DUI arrest and conviction years after they were originally granted a restricted driving permit through the Illinois Secretary of State. The question is will I be able to get reinstated in Illinois if I get a subsequent DUI from the restricted driving permit or full reinstatement.
Getting a person who has been revoked for a second time back up and driving again is a difficult process but I have had successful results in getting all of my clients who are eligible for reinstatement back there Illinois driving privileges in the end. Almost every client that I have seen who has needed a reinstatement hearing to get their license back after being convicted for a DUI after being granted reinstatement from the previous DUI at a Secretary of State hearing has been a level III-dependent risk level.
If you are looking to get your license clear in Illinois or you have a DUI related revocation issue in the State of Illinois, feel free to contact my office as we have represented hundreds of clients successfully with the Illinois Secretary of State formal administrative hearing process.
– Posted by license reinstatement lawyer John W. Callahan