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Driving with a Suspended/Revoked License in Lincolnwood, Morton Grove, Skokie, Niles and Northbrook, IL.

 Posted on August 12, 2013 in Criminal defense lawyer

Driving with a suspended/revoked license in Lincolnwood, Morton Grove, Skokie, Niles and Northbrook is a serious offense.

Driving with a suspended license is typically a misdemeanor in the State of Illinois. There are some aggravating circumstances that can cause it to become a felony, however. Either way, this charge can seriously jeopardize your driving privileges, lead to a lengthened suspension, and may even lead to jail time.

The first step to defending this charge is often to attempt to resolve the issue(s) that originally caused the suspension. We can examine your driving record to determine why your license was suspended and if there is an opportunity to remedy the problem. In some cases, there are many problems on your record that have caused the suspension, and you should attempt to remedy as many as possible.

After our office examines your driving record, we can provide you with the necessary guidance to reinstate your driving privileges. Often times, once your privileges have been restored, we can secure a dismissal of the suspended license charge in Court. This enable you to avoid hefty court fines and in the more serious scenarios jail time as well. Most importantly, it will enable you to legally drive in the State of Illinois.

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