If your driver's license is revoked or suspended, you will be required to have an informal or formal administrative hearing with the Illinois Secretary of State. You must prepare in advance for your hearing and on the day of the hearing you must have all the required documents ready for the hearing officer to review.
When you attend an administrative hearing for the first time, it can be scary and unnerving. Don't get flustered and answer questions incorrectly because you're nervous. We will walk you through every step of the hearing process to make sure you feel comfortable when you address the hearing officer and attorney for the Illinois Secretary of State.
What to Expect From Your Hearing
During the hearing, the Secretary of State representatives will ask you questions in order to determine if you've taken the correct steps to reinstate your license or receive restricted driving privileges. After your hearing, the hearing officer will prepare a written decision regarding the outcome of your hearing, which you will receive by mail within 90 days.
If you have previously been denied the reinstatement of your driver's license, it's not the end of the line. You are entitled to another hearing and if you have taken the steps that Melinda Organ Brennan has laid out for you, you have an excellent chance of obtaining driving privileges.
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Melinda has over 25 years of experience representing individuals with a revoked or suspended driver's license. Contact her now to discuss how to regain your driver's license as quickly as possible.