Illinois Driver's License Reinstatement

When you’re convicted of a DUI, your license is revoked by the Illinois Secretary of State. That could mean losing your driving privileges for 1 year (2 years if you’re under 21 years of age). You can get that license back by following the state’s procedures for reinstatement. Unfortunately, the process is long and complicated — including a formal hearing, heavy fines, proving other license suspensions have been removed and more. If you attempt it on your own, you will most likely fail.

How We Can Help

Fortunately, you are allowed to seek legal representation to help you with license reinstatement. The right Illinois DUI lawyer can call up on years of experience and track record to follow your case through the reinstatement process and help you reclaim your driving privileges. Have you been convicted of DUI? Don’t go it alone…get your license back. Call today for more information on Illinois DUI driver’s license reinstatement and a confidential case consultation.