Revoked Driver's License in Illinois
About Administrative License Revocations
In Illinois, under certain circumstances a driver may face an administrative driver's license revocation. If you have been arrested for DUI and face a license revocation, a Illinois driver's license attorney from Johnson Law Group can help.
Our practice focuses on defending DUI charges and driver's license reinstatement. With over 100 years of collective experience, and hundreds of driver's license reinstatement hearings under our belts, we have the knowledge, skills, and experience to assist you in fighting your license revocation.
License Revocation After a Serious Crash
An administrative license revocation is administered by the Secretary of State's office and in cooperation with the county state's attorneys. This swiftly revokes the driving privileges of anyone who has been involved in a serious injury or fatal crash.
It is important to know that:
A revocation is a loss of driving privileges for an indefinite period.
- Drivers may apply for a Restricted Driving Permit (RDP), but they cannot apply for reinstatement until they become eligible.
- In order to regain driving privileges, the driver must meet certain criteria (legal and administrative).
Note - A driver faces permanent revocation after their fourth DUI conviction, or any combination of DUI, leaving the scene of a personal injury or fatal accident, or reckless homicide.
If you have been charged with DUI or another serious offense, your driving privileges may be revoked without a hearing, yet only after the state's attorney has provided sufficient evidence to the Secretary of State's office. Unless you contest the revocation through a formal hearing, your privileges will remain revoked until a judge decides on your case.
Facing license revocation? Contact us for help!
If you are facing a license revocation, you could benefit dramatically be hiring a driver's license lawyer from Johnson Law Group. We represent individuals at their informal and formal hearings, and assist them in pursuing Restricted Driving Permits (RDP), and reinstatement – the full restoration of driving privileges.
Regardless of the facts of your case, we are confident that with our help, you will be given the best opportunity to restore your driving privileges and sooner than later. Your ability to drive is essential for you to earn a living and take care of yourself and your family; the best way to fight a revocation is to secure skilled legal representation.
Contact our Illinois firm today to schedule your free, no-obligation consultation.
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