Illinois Secretary of State Hearings for Drivers License Reinstatement:
The consequences for DUI in the state of Illinois can be suspension or revocation of your driver’s license. A suspended license will be returned to you once you meet the requirements of the court, and pay the reinstatement fee to the state.
When a license is revoked, you have lost your privilege to drive. In order to get your privilege to drive “reinstated” you must attend a hearing with the Secretary of State. This may be an “informal” or “formal” hearing. If approved, you may be given a “restricted driving permit” or “full reinstatement”.
To be eligible for a Hearing you must have completed your Risk Education and Treatment requirements and have an Evaluation that is dated within 6-months of attending your scheduled hearing.
If you have been to a hearing and have been denied, a qualified treatment provider must prepare a formal “response” to the issues brought forth in the denial.
Tools For Life has staff that specializes in preparing the required documents for Secretary of State.
Call and compare, you’ll see that TFL, the DUI experts, are your best choice for cost, convenience,
* Español (Spanish Speaking DUI, Secretary of State and Drug and Alcohol Treatment (630) 229-8499