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Lombard Driver's License Suspension Attorney

License Reinstatement Attorneys Serving DuPage County and Surrounding Cities

In Illinois, your driver's license can be suspended or revoked for traffic violations and also for certain criminal and civil matters. Following a suspension or revocation, you will usually need to take steps to have your license reinstated. This process can be complicated, and failure to follow the correct procedures may cause a delay in your ability to regain your driving privileges, or you may be denied a reinstatement altogether. To ensure success in these cases, you will need to work with an experienced attorney.

With offices throughout the Chicago area and extensive experience in criminal defense and driver's license reinstatements, Mevorah & Giglio Law Offices offers you your best chances of having your driver's license reinstated after a revocation or suspension. Our defense team includes former prosecutors, and we have multiple decades of experience in cases involving criminal laws and traffic laws. We assist individuals who are seeking to have their license reinstated after a suspension or revocation, and we also provide representation for people who are in jeopardy of having their driving privileges suspended or revoked.

Call 630-932-9100 for a free and confidential consultation with an Illinois criminal defense lawyer to discuss your options in cases involving license supsension, revocation, and reinstatement.

Experienced Naperville Driver's License Reinstatement Attorney

Your driver's license can be suspended if you receive three moving violation convictions within 12 months. You can also lose your license and driving privileges for driving without having insurance, offenses such as passing a school bus illegally, and refusing or failing a breathalyzer test after being arrested for DUI. In addition, your license can be suspended if you are found to be liable for a traffic accident. Most driver's license suspensions are for a finite period of time, and they can sometimes be removed by paying a fine or judgment. After a suspension period is completed, you will usually be able to have your license reinstated by paying a fee.

Your driver's license can also be revoked, rather than suspended. A driver's license revocation can be indefinite, and you will need to request a license reinstatement once the period of revocation is complete. Some offenses that can lead to a revocation of your driver's license include:

We can help. We offer aggressive representation in driver's license suspension or revocation cases. We will fight to get your driver's license reinstated. For some situations, this may mean requesting a Monitoring Device Driving Permit or Restricted Driving Permit that will require you to install a breath-alcohol ignition interlock device (BAIID) on your vehicle. In others, we may advocate on your behalf in informal or formal license reinstatement hearings held by the Illinois Secretary of State. We also represent commercial driver's license holders (CDL holders) and help them take steps to avoid penalties that may affect their careers.

Contact a Bloomingdale Driver's License Reinstatement Lawyer

For additional information about driver's license suspensions, revocations, or reinstatements as well as the availability of a hardship permit, or to learn more about how we can help you protect your driving privileges, please schedule a free, confidential consultation by calling 630-932-9100 or contacting us online.

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