Facing a Lifetime License Revocation?
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The State of Illinois deems some driving offenses so serious that it can affect your driving privileges for the rest of your life. Lifetime revocations are rare, but they do happen, and right now there are very few legal actions for those who have been hit with this devastating penalty. This restriction continues to follow revoked drivers even when they move away from Illinois.
Lifetime revocation in Illinois is a direct result of repeat DUI offenses. If you believe you might be in danger of this penalty, or want more information on how your driving history can affect your current driver's license status, then we encourage your to call our firm. At Johnson Law Group, we are dedicated to giving all Illinois drivers the resources they need to be informed, safe drivers. Our goal is to make sure you are able to take every step possible assert and maintain your status as a legal driver.
Lifetime Revocation Resulting From DUI
Revocation can be a part of any DUI charge. Specifically, under Illinois four strikes law any DUI charges a driver has accumulated from January 1st, 1999 can seriously affect their driving status.
DUI revocation, per offense, is as follows:
- First offense: one year
- Second offense: five years
- Third offense: 10 years
- Fourth offense: lifetime revocation
Currently, there is legislation being considered for a restructuring of this law for those who have reformed their lives and could responsibly maintain restricted driving privileges. As it stands, however, those with four DUI convictions have little option but to accept the end of their ability to operate as a legal driver in the United States. This is why it is so important to retain an Illinois driver's license attorney early on in your case.
If you have multiple DUIs or are already facing a substantial revocation of your driver's license, then we encourage you to call our firm. Our knowledgeable team is ready to discuss your legal options and explore any possible avenues for restoring your driving privileges.
Contact an Illinois driver's license lawyer at our firm today by calling (309) 565-8825.
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