If your Illinois driver’s license was suspended or revoked, you may need to go to a Secretary of State hearing to get it reinstated. This process is mandatory for revocations and if the reason for a suspension was for alcohol or drugs. At the hearing, you will need to show that you complied with any alcohol or drug treatment requirements, that you have taken steps to become a safe and responsible driver, and that you have no open tickets.
While it is not mandatory to hire a lawyer, the process is complicated and it is easy to get flustered under questioning by the Secretary of State’s lawyer. We can help you meet the minimum legal requirements, present the evidence in the strongest way possible, and guide you through the questioning during the hearing. While we can’t guarantee results, we can help you avoid the mistakes commonly made by unrepresented drivers.
Need help getting your license back in Will, Kane, DuPage, Cook, DeKalb, or Lake counties? Kola & Associates in Glen Ellyn can help guide you through your Secretary of State hearing.