Hamilton & Antonsen
Illinois driver’s license suspended or revoked?
Joliet defense attorneys for Misdemeanor, Felony Revoked or Suspended Licenses can help
Getting your driver’s license suspended or revoked can have devastating consequences for your personal and professional life. Being unable to drive impacts your ability to get to school, work, and even run errands for daily needs. If you or a loved one is facing license suspension or revocation in Will County, the Illinois defense attorneys at Hamilton & Antonsen in Joliet are here to help.Call the office or contact us today to schedule a free evaluation of your case and learn more about how our legal experts will advocate for your right to be on the road in Will County.
What Does it Mean to Have a License Suspended or Revoked?
In Will County, a suspended driver’s license means a temporary removal of driving privileges. Upon completion of the suspension period, the license may be reinstated. The revocation of a driver’s license means the complete termination of driving privileges. In order to get a driver’s license back after a revocation, you will need to conduct a complex hearing with the Illinois Secretary of State.
Common Causes of a Suspended or Revoked License in Illinois
A driver’s license may be suspended or revoked for a number of reasons in Illinois. Convictions for driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs always will result in either a suspension or revocation of a license. Felony convictions involving vehicles can also cause a license to be suspended, as can using a fake driver’s license or identification card. Leaving the scene of an accident can lead to the suspension of a license as can receiving excessive traffic violations. Illinois will suspend a driver’s license if there are three tickets or 100 points on the record within a single year for an adult. For minors, it only takes two tickets within a year for a driver’s license to be suspended in Illinois.
Hamilton & Antonsen Attorneys Provide Quality Representation in Traffic and Reinstatement Cases
If you are facing criminal charges that could lead to the suspension or revocation of your driver’s license, or if you need representation in a reinstatement hearing, you need an expert in Will County traffic and defense law representing your interests in court. Our team practices almost exclusively in Will County and has a deep understanding of the legal process when it comes to traffic cases and reinstatement hearings. Our Joliet attorneys will provide the best possible case for retaining your driver’s license. For more information about how our highly qualified Will County lawyers can help, call or contact us today.
Speak with an experienced criminal law Attorney
Do not let a suspended or revoked driver’s license upend your life. If you would like to learn more about how the experienced Will County traffic and criminal defense attorneys at Hamilton & Antonsen can meet your legal needs, call us at 815.729.9220 or contact us to schedule a free case evaluation today.