DuPage County Driver's License Suspension Lawyers
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In Illinois, your driver's license can be suspended or revoked for driving violations and also for certain criminal and civil matters.With offices throughout the Chicago area, and extensive criminal defense experience, including driver's license reinstatements, Mevorah Law Offices LLC offers you your best chances of having your driver's license reinstated after a driver's license revocation or suspension.
Our defense team includes former prosecutors and more than 200 years of combined experience. We assist individuals having issues with getting their license reinstated after a suspension or revocation, as well as individuals who are in jeopardy of having their driving privileges suspended or revoked.
Call 630-932-9100630-932-9100 for a free confidential consultation to speak with an Illinois criminal defense lawyer to discuss your options if your driver's license may be suspended or revoked.
Experienced Chicago Driver's License Reinstatement Attorney
Your driver's license can be suspended for more than three moving violation convictions within 12 months. You can also lose your license and driving privilege for not having insurance, passing a school bus, and refusing or failing a breathalyzer test.
In addition, your license can be suspended for liability in a traffic accident. Most driver's license suspensions are for a finite period of time and can sometimes be removed by paying a fine or judgment.
Your driver's license can also be revoked, rather than suspended. A driver's license revocation can be indefinite. Some offenses that can lead to a revocation of your driver's license include:
- Certain drunk driving (DUI) convictions;
- Driving on a suspended or revoked license;
- Committing a felony; and
- Some other criminal matters.
We can help. We offer aggressive representation in driver's license suspension or revocation cases. We will fight to get your driver's license reinstated. For some situations, this may mean installing a breath-alcohol ignition interlock device (BAIID) on your vehicle. In addition, you may be eligible for a hardship permit, to allow you to drive back and forth to work or other necessary driving. We also represent commercial driver's license holders (CDL holders).
Contact an Experienced Criminal Defense Attorney
For additional information about driver's license suspensions, revocations or reinstatements as well as the availability of a hardship permit, or to discuss your particular situation, please schedule a free confidential consultation by calling 630-932-9100630-932-9100, or if you prefer, fill out our online contact form and we will contact you. Your future is too important to trust to less experienced attorneys