Expert Driver’s License Reinstatement Attorney
If you have your driver’s license suspended, your license will be reinstated provided that you fulfill certain obligations or wait a specific period of time. However, if your license has been revoked, you cannot get your driving privileges back immediately. In fact, in the state of Illinois, you must wait a year before applying for a new license.
As a driver’s license reinstatement attorney, Hyland Law, Ltd. helps clients reinstate their driver’s licenses by appealing license revocations. We will work diligently to uncover all the details in your case and work with you to navigate the legal system until you get your driving privileges back.
Reasons Your License May Be Revoked in Illinois
There are several reasons why the state may revoke your driver’s license in Illinois. If you have been convicted of a DUI, even if it’s your first offense, your license will be revoked. If you have been convicted of more than one offense, it’s possible your license could be revoked for a lifetime without the possibility for you to reapply.
Other reasons your license may be taken away include:
- Getting three or more traffic tickets within one year.
- Not paying your traffic tickets, including parking violations and tolls.
- Leaving the scene of an accident that resulted in an injury.
- Not paying child support.
- Failure to show up for your court date for a traffic violation.
- Driving with a suspended license.
Many drivers are able to have their driver’s license reinstated. To do so, you will need to demonstrate that you will not be a threat to public safety if the license is reinstated. You will also have to pay a fee and potentially complete a drug or alcohol program.
Hyland Law can help you navigate all steps that need to happen for you to get back on the road again and represent your best interests in court.