Schaumburg Suspended Drivers Licenses Lawyer
Chicago, Schaumburg, and Wheaton Revoked Licenses Defense Lawyer
Your Illinois driver’s license can be suspended or revoked for a number of reasons. In some situations a suspension can be resolved by reopening an old case and going to court to have the conviction or judgment vacated. If legal matters are resolved successfully in this way, the violations that caused the suspension may be lifted without needing a hearing.
At The Law Offices of Steven R. Roach, we understand that some circumstances do require an administrative hearing to have your license reinstated. If full reinstatement is not available, we can get you a restricted driving permit that would allow you to drive for work, medical situations, school and some family-related matters.
We have extensive experience with driver’s license hearings. We can review your case from every angle to determine the best course of action. Our law firm provides aggressive representation for individuals who lost their driving privileges due to:
- Moving violations
- Providing false information to the Secretary of State’s office
- Prior driving under the influence (DUI) convictions
- Failure to pay child support
- Being in an accident without owning insurance
Secretary of State Issues
The Secretary of State police department uses digital image recognition software to seek out individuals with driver’s licenses under more than one name. They also investigate and pursue false Social Security numbers. Without the representation of a skilled defense lawyer, you could face felony fraud charges. Our Schaumburg suspended driver’s licenses attorney, Steven R. Roach, provides aggressive representation.
We understand the importance of preparing clients with respect to questions and proper answers so they are not taken off guard during the Secretary of State hearings. We are committed to not only protecting your rights, but also minimizing your legal consequences.
Free Confidential Consultation
To speak with a dedicated Chicagoland criminal defense attorney, please call one of our three convenient locations: Chicago at 312-421-8820; Schaumburg at 847-685-6000; or Wheaton at 630-573-8500. Or you may send us an e-mail.