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Are DUI Checkpoints Legal In Illinois?

Posted on May 17th, 2024 by Webmaster

As the weather warms up and summer approaches, socializing and travel naturally increase. This often involves driving.  Memorial Day, which signifies the unofficial commencement of the summer season, is known for being among the most dangerous days for driving each year. This is primarily attributed to incidents of driving while intoxicated or under the influence […]

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FAQ – Non-Illinois Driver’s License Reinstatement Hearings

Posted on May 13th, 2024 by Webmaster

If you don’t live in Illinois and had your driver’s license revoked here, then you might be wondering how you can get it back. Repeatedly traveling back and forth between your home state and Illinois to figure out what to do can be exhausting.  Our attorneys at Johnson & Goldrich, P.C. are here to answer […]

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Illinois Out-of-State Driver’s License Reinstatement Help

Posted on May 11th, 2024 by Webmaster

Getting back your license when it’s suspended or revoked can be challenging if you don’t obtain legal help. Compared to those with an Illinois driver’s license, those out-of-state residents who have experienced multiple traffic violations in Illinois might have a more difficult time earning back their driving privileges. This is due to the fact that […]

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What is a Lifetime Revocation of a Driver’s License?

Posted on May 9th, 2024 by Webmaster

Up until January 1, 2016, individuals received a lifetime revocation of their driver’s license with any combination of four or more of the following convictions:  Also commonly referred to as “The Four Strikes Rule,” an Illinois lifetime revocation meant that the individual could not apply for reinstatement or a Restricted Driving Permit if the last […]

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License Reinstatements Explained: Informal Hearings vs Formal Hearings

Posted on May 7th, 2024 by Webmaster

Illinois residents who have had their driver’s license suspended or revoked for any reason are required to attend a reinstatement hearing in order to regain driving privileges. There are two types of hearings someone who is facing a DUI or DWI will need to attend: a formal or informal hearing. Whether you need to request […]

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