For St. Charles, IL residents, having a license reinstated after it has been suspended or revoked can be a fairly simple process if you hire the right attorney. John M. Quinn & Associates, Ltd. will guide you through the process of reinstating your license so that you can get back to living a productive life.
Sometimes people may decide to wait out their license suspension if it is only for a short period. Most, however, do not realize how many problems arise when they do not have a valid driver’s license.
If your license is revoked or suspended, you will not be able to go to work, take your children to school, seek medical attention, or even get groceries from the store. If you have a suspended or revoked license and live in St. Charles, do not wait any longer than you have to before letting our team help you get your driver’s license back.
It is really important to hire the help of an attorney to have your license reinstated instead of risking being caught driving without a valid license. The repercussions for getting caught can be serious and you will most likely have to wait even longer to get your revoked license reinstated.
John M. Quinn & Associates, Ltd. understands how a suspended or revoked license can negatively impact your life and we want to help you get your license back as quickly as we can. Our lawyers can help you receive a hardship license that will allow you to travel certain routes at certain times. That way, you can go to work and continue providing for your family. We understand the requirements for a hardship license and the legal process for obtaining one in St. Charles, IL.
In St. Charles, IL, if you are facing a DUI license suspension and did not submit to alcohol testing, your license could be suspended for up to a total of 3 years. If you do submit to testing and are found with a blood alcohol content of .08% or higher, then your driver’s license could be suspended for up to 1 year. Regardless of whether or not you end up with a conviction, it is highly likely that your license will be suspended.
Certain requirements are needed to have your revoked license reinstated after a DUI conviction . You will be required to complete an alcohol and/or drug evaluation by a Division of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse-licensed provider and you may also be required to take classes depending on your classification. Sometimes letters will also be required to confirm your participation in a drug or alcohol recovery program.
Any St. Charles, IL license can be suspended or revoked by the Illinois Secretary of State for a variety of reasons that include not paying traffic tickets off, acquiring too many traffic violations, failing to pay court-ordered child support, DUIs and more. For someone who has never had their driver’s license taken away, all of the paperwork that goes into having a license reinstated can be daunting, especially for those who do not understand the legal process.
When you hire an attorney that can provide you with proper legal representation, you will have a much higher chance of having your Illinois drivers’ license reinstated.
For more information, contact John M Quinn & Associates. We offer a free 30-minute consultation, where we can show you just how much you will benefit from retaining our services. You can also fill out our online form or call today.