What Can JMQ Do For You?
If your driver’s license has been revoked or suspended in Illinois, you may have to deal with numerous hardships, until it is taken care of. Aside from the negative stigma and court costs that are involved, you will need to make special accommodations for almost every aspect of your daily life. Far too often people take for granted how much they rely on driving, but you will realize it once you have this privilege taken away. That is why John M. Quinn & Associates, Ltd. helps hundreds of clients every year get their lives back in order.
If you feel like the ruling of having your driver’s license suspended or revoked was unjust, there are legal options you can explore to restore your driving status. There is certainly no guarantee that you will get your license back, but there may be legal avenues that were not explored during your original trial, some of which can go a long way toward your IL drivers license reinstatement. When a person has their license revoked or suspended, sorting out what they need to do in order to have their IL driver’s license reinstated can be very confusing.
There are specific procedures that are involved in obtaining a hardship license in Illinois. There are certain guidelines that must be followed. You must to be over 18 years old. It is important to note that you must be able to show that there are no other means that you can take to get to your job, including public transportation. You may also qualify if you are the caretaker of a relative that does not reside close to you, and you are responsible for taking them to medical appointments, and other necessary locations.
In Illinois, there are a number of reasons why the Secretary of State would suspend or revoke your license. These include acquiring many traffic violations, failure to pay for traffic violations, failure to pay child support, as well as driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol. The difference between suspension and revocation is that while both require you to be without a license, a suspension will have an ending date. If your license is revoked, it is considered a lifetime ban until the Secretary of State decides to reinstates your license at an official hearing. Over the last 18 years, John M. Quinn & Associates, LTD has handled a variety of cases for people who are trying to reinstate their license from a suspension or revocation that they acquired while living in another state. There is a nationwide database that most states use to see if you are eligible to receive your license and are not revoked or suspended in another state.
At John M. Quinn & Associates, LTD., we have criminal law attorneys who specialize in DUI law. These attorneys have years of experience in how to represent you in the best possible way in a court of law, with their knowledge of the laws and regulations regarding driving under the influence in the state of Illinois. These laws are constantly changing, and it is important to find a representative that is up-to-date with these changes. Our attorneys will contest the legality of your charges, including the technical aspects behind the testing procedure used by the officer to determine your charge, if it is applicable.
Finding an attorney to represent you for your suspended or revoked license as a result of a DUI is absolutely essential. You will want to make sure that you are represented by someone who not only has a working knowledge of the laws of the state, but also has the ability to speak on your behalf passionately and concisely, and has your best interest in mind while doing so. We want you to know we will be working as a team to ensure that you get that driver’s license back.
If your Illinois driver’s license has been suspended or revoked, or you are looking to obtain a hardship license, contact John M. Quinn & Associates, Ltd., today and meet with one of our experienced and knowledgeable attorneys to see what we can do for you. We understand that losing your license can be a huge detriment to your daily life, and we will work hard to explore every legal avenue that we can to help you regain your quality of life.
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