There are two types of Secretary of State hearings: informal and formal. Formal hearings have to be reqested in writing, require a $50.00 fee and are scheduled 5-7 weeks after receipt of the written request. There are only four locations for formal hearings in Illinois: Chicago, Joliet, Mt. Vernon and Springfield. Informal hearings do not…Details
There are dozens of reasons a person can have a suspended or revoked license. Each case is unique and requires different steps to get the driver license reinstated.
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The first court date after a DUI arrest occurs approximately 30 days after the day of arrest. The court date is set on the arresting police officer’s “key.” Every officer is given a “key.” For example, the key of “W” will stand for the second Tuesday and fourth Monday of every month. The officer is…Details
Drug charges are generally felonies. A person charged with a drug offense might have the option to participate in the court’s drug program, if available. Participation in a court’s drug program is not automatic. It is a disposition that has to be arranged between your attorney and the state’s attorney.
The Judge will require you to have an attorney and you will receive a much better result in your case. A person charged with DUI should have an attorney for several reasons. First, a DUI case is a serious case where a person can be sent to jail for up to 364 days and fined…Details
A BAIID device is a machine that is installed in your vehicle. Before your allowed to start the vehicle and at various times when you are driving your vehicle, you must provide a sample of your breath into the machine to confirm that you have not consumed alcohol. The Illinois Secretary of State requires you…Details
The first court date after a DUI Arrest occurs approximately 30 days after the day of arrest. The court date is set on the police officer’s “key.” Every officer is given a certain day or two each month that they are scheduled to appear in Court. For example the key of “W” will stand for…Details