Rescind A Suspension After A DUI; Reinstate Driving Privileges

A DUI arrest can lead to a host of criminal law issues. These include jail or prison time, fines and more.

These are certainly serious issues that demand an experienced criminal defense lawyer, but you also need to work with an attorney who can handle the administrative proceedings that immediately jeopardize your driving privileges. When you are arrested on suspicion of DUI, your license can be automatically suspended — even if you have not been convicted.

Don't Lose Your License Due To Negligence

There are ways to combat consequences like driver's license suspension or revocation, but you need to act quickly.

At McSweeney Moore Law Offices, we will take swift action to protect your rights in the criminal justice system. We are prepared to help clients in Cook County and throughout the Chicagoland area. Contact our office to arrange a consultation today and learn more about your options.

Filing A Petition For Your License In Illinois

When you are arrested on suspicion of DUI, you may be released on bond, given a court date and notified that your license will be suspended in 46 days. We can petition on your behalf for a hearing to have the suspension lifted.

We will investigate to ensure that police procedures were followed and that you were properly placed under arrest. You may also have the option of having a blood alcohol monitoring device installed in your car. Installation of such devices can be expensive, but can help you retain much needed driving privileges.

Secretary Of State Hearings Conducted For License Reinstatement

Navigating the administrative process of the Secretary of State's office can be challenging. It involves strict deadlines and demonstration of key evidence that backs your case. Make sure you have an experienced attorney help you through this process. Contact our Bridgeview and Palos Heights area law office online or by telephone at 708-568-0474 to learn more.