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Driver's License Reinstatement

Experienced Driver's License Reinstatement Lawyers

In Illinois, if you are arrested for driving under the influence or you refuse a sobriety test, you may face the temporary suspension of your driver's license. If you are convicted of DUI, your license may be revoked for up to 10 years, or even life. Once a drivers license is revoked there is no automatic reinstatement. To obtain reinstatement you must apply for an administrative hearing before the Illinois Secretary of State in order to regain your driving privileges.

Whether you are facing a suspension or revocation of your license, strong legal representation can guide you through this complex legal process and improve your chances of a favorable decision. The law firm of Camic Johnson Ltd., located in Aurora, Illinois, has three decades of experience handling DUI-related driver's license reinstatements.

With a combined 100 years of legal experience, the firm's attorneys have successfully represented thousands of people charged with DUI. The firm has helped police officers, medical professionals, and other lawyers seek driver's license reinstatement.

If you are a truck driver, Camic Johnson can help you protect or restore your commercial driver's license privileges. Commercial and professional drivers should contact Camic Johnson as soon as possible to discuss their case.

Contact the knowledgeable lawyers at Camic Johnson today about your driver's license suspension or revocation. Most initial consultations are free.

Requesting a Suspension Hearing

If you have been arrested and charged with a DUI, you must request a hearing to prevent your driver's license from being suspended 46 days after your arrest. This petition for a hearing must be filed within a specific time period, and the grounds to contest the suspension are limited by law.

By helping you request the hearing and preparing you for what to expect, Camic Johnson can help prevent your license from being suspended. In the case of a suspension, Camic Johnson can help you obtain a Monitoring Device Driving Permit if you are a statutory first offender.

Applying for a Reinstatement Hearing

After you have been convicted for DUI, Camic Johnson can help you apply for an administrative hearing before the Illinois Secretary of State to pursue reinstatement of your driver's license. For the reinstatement of your driver's license, you must prove to the Secretary of State's office your commitment to safety and sobriety as an Illinois driver.

Camic Johnson will help you prepare for the types of questions that will be asked and provide sound legal counsel to strengthen your case. Among the qualifications of Camic Johnson's attorneys, Ms. Parga has successfully represented dozens of persons in obtaining full reinstatement or a Restricted Driving Permit.

In addition to its experience, the firm has relationships with DUI counselors and treatment providers to make sure you are on the right track. At times, the firm's criminal trial lawyers have gone back into court on older cases to undue improper or unjust convictions.

Contact the knowledgeable lawyers at Camic Johnson for assistance with your driver's license reinstatement.

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Camic Johnson, Ltd., provides legal advice and counsel to the residents of Aurora, North Aurora, Elgin, South Elgin, Naperville, Geneva, St. Charles, Batavia, Winfield, Warrenville, West Dundee, East Dundee, Montgomery, Sugar Grove, Plainfield, West Chicago, Wayne, Gilberts, Bristol, Oswego, Plano, Sandwich, Elburn, Campton Hills, Pingree Grove, Rolling Meadows and Big Rock, as well as to people in communities throughout Kane County, DuPage County, Kendall County, Cook County, DeKalb County and Will County, Illinois.


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