Understanding The Consequences Of A Revocation

Being charged with a DUI can have a number of repercussions. Depending on the number of times you have received a DUI, as well as the severity and the nature under which you received the DUI, can all play a key factor in the suspension or revocation of your driver’s license.

Understanding A Revocation

Revocation of a driver’s license is a much more serious offense than a suspension. When one has been convicted of a DUI, this often times results in the revocation of your license. However, in the state of Illinois, many first time offenders may receive supervision. Since supervision is not a conviction, this will not be a cause for revocation, but only if your first offense did not involve injury or other aggravating circumstances.

Unlike the suspension of a license, revocation can be forever. In order to get your license back, The Secretary of State requires that your record be clean, you must obtain a drug and alcohol evaluation, as well as treatment, and you must appear at your hearing.

Get The Help You Need

When you have been charged with a DUI, your driver’s license will be suspended for a set period of time. During this time, you are not allowed to drive, and you may file a petition with the court in order to reverse your suspension. Before filing a petition, it is critical to consult with a criminal defense attorney, which will give you a better chance of success.

A criminal attorney can be a great asset when it comes to recovering your driver’s license. If your license has been revoked, your attorney will be essential in effective representation with the courts, utilizing a strategic plan in order to get your license back.

If you need help or have any questions about your specific DUI related matter, or need assistance with any other criminal or traffic issues, contact Cosley Law Office today.

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