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Steps to Take Following Your Driver’s License Suspension

Posted on February 4th, 2020 by Webmaster

Both your finances and your way of life will take a toll after your driver’s license becomes suspended. Unfortunately, driver’s licenses may be suspended for a wide variety of reasons, including scenarios like drinking and driving, driving without the proper car insurance, or even reasons not directly tied to operating a vehicle such as not […]

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Courtroom Etiquette – Appropriate Behavior and Preparing For Your Court Appearance

Posted on January 28th, 2020 by Webmaster

The old saying “you never have a second chance to make a first impression” has a great deal of relevance when it comes to courtroom etiquette. How you conduct yourself during your court appearance or administrative hearing in Chicago may have a significant impact on the outcome of your case.  Plan for Your Day in […]

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Illinois Driver’s License Revocation Due to Felony Convictions

Posted on November 19th, 2019 by Webmaster

When you are arrested for a felony offense in Illinois, there will be consequences. If the felony involves a motor vehicle, it’s possible that you may lose your driver’s license due to the arrest. As your driver’s license reinstatement lawyer serving all of Illinois, we want you to know that the Secretary of State has […]

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Illinois Driver’s License Hearings Following a Fatal Crash

Posted on September 19th, 2019 by Webmaster

Car accidents are not to be taken lightly, and Illinois has a set of rules to follow if you find yourself in a potentially fatal car crash. There is an entire process that goes into effect when you’re in a car crash, including attending administrative hearings in Chicago, Joliet, Springfield, or Mount Vernon. Below are […]

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How DUI Offenses From Other States Affect Your Administrative Driver’s License Hearing

Posted on August 15th, 2019 by Webmaster

Arrested Out-of-State If you are arrested out of your home state for drunk driving, your driver’s license suspension and revocation will most likely come back home with you. The Interstate Driver’s License Compact has been put into effect, which means the states communicate with each other, so an arrest in one state will still count […]

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