Peoria License Reinstatement Lawyer
How To Get a Suspended License Reinstated in Illinois
In the United States, the majority of households own at least one car,
and many Illinois residents commute to and from work every day. Individuals
who have lost their licenses or have had their licenses suspended can
really feel the negative repercussions of not being able to drive. Bus
fares can quickly add up, and worrying about getting rides to and from
work and other locations can take a toll on a person. If you have had
your license suspended, you may be able to get it reinstated with the
assistance of a Peoria
criminal defense attorney at
McCall Law Offices, P.C. When you work with our firm, we create a strong defense against the criminal
accusations in your case and use experienced advocacy to assist you in
retaining your full driving privileges or work to help you obtain a restricted license.
309.948.5908 to schedule a free case evaluation with
our criminal lawyer in Peoria about having your license reinstated.
What Are Restricted Licenses?
If you have exhibited good conduct during the time of your license suspension
or probation but still do not have full driving privileges, you may be
able to obtain a restricted driver's license.
What to expect with a restricted driver's license:
- With a restricted license, you can operate a vehicle under closely monitored
- Under a restricted driving permit (RDP), you can drive to and from work,
to medical appointments, and run personal day-to-day errands.
In some cases, an RDP may not be available to individuals who have been
DUI with a blood alcohol content of 0.16% or higher or to people who have
been convicted of
To discover if you are eligible to receive an RDP,
contact McCall Law Offices, P.C. now.
How Do I Reinstate My License?
Are you considering requesting reinstatement of your full driving privileges?
If your license has been suspended in Illinois, the process to reinstate
it can vary depending on the circumstances of your suspension.You need
to work with McCall Law Offices, P.C. When you retain the legal representation
of our firm, we will help you determine the status of your license and
request a formal DMV hearing. Our firm will also review your driving record
and make an aggressive defense for you and your license reinstatement.
Below are the steps for reinstatement of a suspended license:
Determine the reason for your suspension: There are many reasons why your license may have been suspended in Illinois,
including DUIs, traffic violations, and failure to pay fines. The length
of your suspension and the reinstatement process will depend on the reason
for your suspension.
Complete any necessary requirements: Depending on the reason for your suspension, you may need to complete
certain requirements before you can reinstate your license. For example,
if your license was suspended for a DUI, you may need to complete a drug
and alcohol evaluation and complete a remedial education program.
Pay any fines or fees: You will need to pay any outstanding fines or fees before you can reinstate
Wait for processing time: Once you have completed all necessary requirements and paid any fees,
you will need to wait for the Illinois Secretary of State's office
to process your request for reinstatement.
If you are approved by the DMV to reinstate your license and driving privileges,
you may be still required to pay reinstatement fees, such as the following:
First Suspension - $250
- Each subsequent suspension - $500
Safety Responsibility Suspension - $70
Statutory Summary Suspension - $250
Failure to Appear Suspension - $70
If you need help reinstating your license in Illinois,
contact us today to schedule your free case evaluation with one of our Peoria license reinstatement
attorneys. We will work tirelessly to help you get back on the road as
soon as possible.
How Long Does It Take To Reinstate A License?
It depends. When you are granted a restricted driving permit (RDP) by the
Illinois Secretary of State, you'll be provided a list of requirements
that you must complete within 90 days after your hearing order. When they
are completed and submitted back to the Secretary of State, it typically
takes 3 to 5 weeks to receive the RDP in the mail. If you are granted
a full reinstatement, then what is required of you will not be as serious
and you will have one year within your hearing order to complete the requirements.
Call Our License Reinstatement Attorneys in Peoria Today
At McCall Law Offices, P.C., we understand how important it is to get your
license reinstated as soon as possible. We offer a free case evaluation
to help you understand your options for reinstating your license. Our
Peoria license reinstatement lawyers have years of experience representing
clients who have had their licenses suspended in Illinois.
If you have questions or concerns about the reinstatement of your license,
or if you are unsure whether you can reinstate your license, then you
need to contact McCall Law Offices, P.C.
Our firm proudly offers
free case evaluations to all potential clients, so do not hesitate to
contact the firm as soon as possible and schedule your appointment.