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Illinois Driver's License Suspension Attorney

Your Illinois driver's license may have been suspended for one or more of these reasons:

  • You left parking tickets unpaid.
  • You failed to pay a traffic ticket in a timely manner.
  • You were cited for speeding in a school bus zone.
  • You fell behind on child support payments.
  • You were charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, and your defense is just getting underway.
  • You were driving without insurance or without a paid license tag.

Deal With Your Illinois Driver's License Suspension · Attorneys Offer Astute Advice And Zealous Representation

Whatever the circumstances behind your driver's license suspension, the surest path to getting your driving privileges back can best be determined by a lawyer on your side. Contact Brady & Jensen, LLP Attorneys At Law, for help and assistance in recovering your driver's license after it was suspended for any reasons.

Your traffic violation defense lawyer at Brady & Jensen can help you face the county or state government on terms most advantageous to you. Recovering your driving privileges may include:

  • Dealing with your current traffic ticket or other violation to advocate for the least punitive outcome.
  • Dealing with underlying reasons for your driver's license suspension.
  • Reaching an agreement with the court that will allow you to get your driving privileges back in the shortest amount of time.

Beware Of Driving With A Suspended License In Illinois

Failing to deal with your driver's license suspension may result in a much worse situation if you resort to driving in that situation. If convicted of driving on a suspended or revoked license, you face potential penalties such as:

  • First conviction: Class A misdemeanor: mandatory 10-day jail sentence or 30 days of community service; fines of up to $2,500.
  • Second or third conviction: Class 4 felony: minimum 30 days in jail or 300 hours of community service; may result in additional license suspension, seizure or forfeiture of vehicle.
  • Fourth or higher conviction: Class 4, 3 or 2 felony; probably more jail time with no eligibility for probation; additional suspension periods added; seizure or forfeiture of vehicle possible.

Suspended Driver's License? Attorneys At Brady & Jensen, LLP Attorneys At Law, Offer Free Consultations

We offer a free initial consultation to discuss your criminal charges and how to pursue the most favorable attainable outcome. Call us in Elgin toll free at 866-930-2063 or send us an email.

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