In Illinois, driving is a privilege and not a right.  By possessing an Illinois driving license, there are certain implied consent laws that could effect your driving privileges.  If you get convicted of a DUI or other felonies involving motor vehicles in Illinois, your Illinois driving privileges will be revoked.  In order to regain your driving privileges, you will have to hold a hearing with the Illinois Secretary of State where you must prove beyond a preponderance of the evidence that you fully understand your relationship with alcohol or other controlled substances and that you are no longer a risk to drive on Illinois roadways.  It is important to have an experienced attorney to ensure that you are fully prepared to succeed in your hearing to restore your driving privileges.

If your drivers license has recently been revoked, call the Law Offices of J. Samuel Worley for help: 312-600-8655.

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