Illinois Driver's License Reinstatement Attorney
If you have had your Illinois driver's license revoked because of a DUI conviction, you will NOT automatically have your license reinstated once the revocation period is over. You cannot legally drive an automobile until you go through a formal administrative hearing process and successfully persuade the Secretary of State to restore/reinstate your driving privileges. You have the burden of proof that you have complied with all mandated requirements (many involved and complicated), and that you no longer pose a risk to public safety.
If you have had your driving privileges suspended because of too many moving violation convictions, lack of mandatory liability insurance or financial responsibility, you may have to go back into court to attempt to "undo" or vacate/rehear the problem that has created the suspension. You may have to have an informal hearing before a local hearing officer in efforts to obtain a hardship temporary license.
The Law Office of Van A. Larson, P.C. centrally and conveniently located in downtown Batavia, Illinois, represents clients faced with DUI and traffic law violations as well as legal representation in the administrative hearing processes involved to restore one's driving privileges.
We Prepare Our Client's to Have Their Driver's License Reinstated
Statistically and from experience, few people get their license reinstated when they choose to represent themselves at the Illinois Secretary of State's office. Lack of preparation, inadequate documentation and unfamiliarity with the evidence that must be presented makes it unwise to attempt to do this your self. By having an experienced driver's license reinstatement attorney to help you get your license privileges back, you will ultimately have a better chance of success sooner rather than later.
Most importantly, please know that if you are caught driving with a revoked or suspended driver's license, you could go to jail for up to one year and could have felony charges brought against you, all depending on your previous driving record. If you take this risk and get arrested, do not attempt to defend these charges without legal counsel well-versed in these types of cases.
Get a Driver's License Reinstatement Attorney to Represent You
Contact the Law Office of Van A. Larson, P.C. in Batavia, Illinois, for experienced criminal law, traffic, revoked and suspended driver's license charges and driver's license reinstatement administrative hearings. With more than 35 years experience in these types of cases, we have helped clients in Kane, Kendall, DuPage and DeKalb counties to have successful outcomes on their case. Call 630-879-9090 to schedule a free initial consultation today.