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Driver's License Reinstatement: Helping People In Illinois Get Back On The Road

If you want your driving privileges reinstated following a revocation in Illinois, your chances of getting your license back will be much higher if you are represented by an experienced attorney who knows the area courts and the processes associated with pursuing a reinstatement.

At Holley, Rosen & Beard, LLC, our lawyers can help you understand your options, pursue a reinstatement and give you the best possible opportunity for getting back behind the wheel. We represent people throughout Illinois at hearings before the Illinois Secretary of State's offices in Springfield. We also represent people in other states who are facing driver's license issues in their home state due to drunk driving convictions in Illinois.

Changes In The Law Mean You Need Legal Help Now More Than Ever

Major changes in 2016 make it more difficult for some driver's seeking a reinstatement. Do not wait to call our offices for serious legal assistance to help you get back on the road.

To have your license restored after revocation, you do not have to wait until you are eligible through the IL DMV. You can apply for a hardship permit if you meet certain qualifying criteria. Once you are eligible to have your driver's license reinstated, we can pursue a hearing which could include a restricted driving permit and/or full reinstatement.

Helping You Get Your Driver's License Restored

Whether you live in Springfield, one of the neighboring communities or were simply passing through and now face the loss of your license, we can help and are well-equipped with more than 50 years of experience and backed by a track record of success.

To have your driver's license restored after a revocation in Illinois, you must wait until you are eligible to apply for a hearing before the Illinois Secretary of State's office. At this hearing, you will need to provide clear and convincing evidence that you have dealt with the issues that led to your driver's license revocation.

In Illinois, most revocations occur because of one DUI conviction. Your driver's license can also be revoked for having too many points on your driver's license or for nonpayment of fines.

Too often, people who represent themselves at their reinstatement hearing attempt to minimize the problem that led to their suspension or do not present the proper evidence that they have dealt with the issues that led to driver's license revocation.

As a former Assistant State's Attorney for Illinois, Peter Beard understands the evidence you will need to present and what you will need to say to get your driver's license back. If you do or say the wrong things, you could end up damaging your case and making it harder to succeed in the future. Peter Beard is also a member of the Illinois Driver's License Reinstatement Attorney's Association.

Ready To Get Started? Call Us Today For A Free Case Evaluation.

For more information or a free case evaluation, call our Springfield, Illinois, driver's license reinstatement attorneys at 217-280-4984, 877-671-5884 or contact us via email. Whether you live in-state or out-state, we can provide you with representation.