When a person's drivers license is suspended or revoked as a result of one or more DUI convictions they must face the problem of how to get their license back in order to drive again. Once a driver's license has been suspended you only have 90 days to request a DUI Hearing to contest the suspension. Having a skilled DUI lawyer to represent you can greatly increase the chances that you can get your license back.
A person who has had their license revoked will need to appear at a much more complicated Illinois Secretary of State Administrative Hearing to testify in order to have their license reinstated. For more information on getting your license restored speak to a Chicago DUI attorney at The Toney Law Firm, LLC.
For a driver whose license has been revoked, they must face the difficult and complex task of undergoing the Secretary of State Administrative Hearing. Not only must they provide all their alcohol treatment program records and completion certificates, they will also need to correctly answer questions that will be put to them. These questions are designed to show not only their understanding of the law but exhibit their successful completion of their sentence and prove they are no longer a danger to public safety.
Your lawyer will meet with you to prepare you as well as appear with you at the hearing. Being fully prepared and having your attorney with you will greatly increase your chances of successfully getting your license reinstated.
After an initial free case evaluation and a thorough review of your situation, Attorney Sarah Toney can will advise you on what exact steps are necessary and what the cost will be. Ms. Toney has been named a Super Lawyers Rising Star every year since 2010 and her skill and experience helping others to restore their suspended or revoked license will be of great assistance in helping you also being able to drive again.
Contact a Chicago DUI Lawyer to learn what must be done in order to successfully get your drivers' license restored after a DUI conviction.