Secretary of State Hearings – Hinsdale, IL

We serve Cook County, Du Page County and Will County

When you are convicted of drunk driving, the Secretary of State will suspend or revoke your driver’s license. In order to have your drivers license reinstated you must attend an administrative hearing. There are both formal and informal hearings. A formal hearing is required if you have multiple DUI’s or committed reckless homicide. You will be asked questions regarding the arrest itself, alcohol abuse / dependency, and what changes you have made since the arrest.

For first time DUI’s, an informal hearing will be held. This hearing can result in a restricted driver’s license or a full reinstatement of your driving privileges. Regardless of the number of DUI’s you have been convicted of, it is in your best interest to hire a lawyer who has successfully represented others in an administrative hearing(s).

The Neccessity To Drive

We rely on driving to get to and from work, transport our children and take care of daily errands. This necessity makes it that much more important for you to consult with a knowledgeable attorney. Only an experienced lawyer will prepare you for your hearing – this can increase your chances of a positive outcome.

Contact Attorney Charles E. Antonietti for HELP TODAY!!  He can help guide and educate you through the legal process of a Secretary Of State Hearing in the Cook, Du Page and Will counties of Illinois.