Illinois Driver’s License Reinstatement Hearing Lawyer
Attorney Helping Restore Driving Privileges in Joliet, Elgin, and Throughout the Chicago Area
When you have been arrested on charges of driving under the influence (DUI), one of your first concerns is likely to be how the outcome of your case will affect your Illinois driver’s license. Will you lose your license completely? How soon can you get it back? What about the devices that people can have installed on their vehicles—can one of those help you? It is impossible to answer all of these questions without first looking at the specifics of your case, and a qualified driver’s license reinstatement lawyer in the Chicago area can help. At The Law Offices of Brian J. Mirandola, we are equipped to provide the guidance you need.
Kane County Lawyer Dedicated to Protecting Your Rights
The first thing you need to know regarding the loss of your license for a DUI-related matter is the difference between a suspension and revocation. A suspension of your driving privileges is an automatic consequence of failing or refusing to submit to a blood-alcohol test properly requested by a law enforcement officer. The suspension is set to last for a specific amount of time and relief programs are often available, such as the Monitoring Device Driving Permit program which allows you to drive a vehicle equipped with a Breath-Alcohol Ignition Interlock Device.
A revocation is more serious and is one of the consequences of a DUI conviction. The minimum length of a revocation may vary based on the circumstances and severity of the charges, but the revocation cannot be lifted until you have gone through the reinstatement process. This process involves expensive fees, a comprehensive risk assessment, and formal hearings held at one of several locations throughout Illinois.
Reinstatement Hearings in Chicago and Joliet
I am Attorney Brian J. Mirandola, and I have dedicated my practice to assisting clients throughout the Chicago region with their most difficult cases. Over the last 15 years, I have represented many individuals navigate the reinstatement process, protecting their interests at hearings in both Chicago and Joliet. I have also kept abreast of recent changes to the law which have provided additional avenues of relief for those who are eligible, including those serving three-year suspensions and four-time DUI offenders.
No matter how serious the charges against you may be or how hopeless your situation may seem, I am ready and willing to go to work on your behalf. I will help you determine the best course of action for getting back on the road as soon as possible and remain at your side every step of the way.
Call 847-488-0889 for a Free Consult Today
For more information on restoring your driving privileges and getting your driver’s license reinstated, contact my office. Call 847-488-0889 for a free consultation at The Law Offices of Brian J. Mirandola today. We are proud to serve the needs of clients in Elgin, Aurora, Joliet, Geneva, and Batavia, along with the rest of Kane County, DuPage County, Will County, Cook County, and McHenry County.