Illinois Attorney For Driving with a Revoked Driver's License
Defense Lawyers for Driving on a Suspended License Serving Kane County
Donahue, Sowa & Magana represents clients who have had their driver's license suspended or revoked. In many cases, driving under the influence of alcohol and being convicted of DUI as a first time offender can result in your driver's license being revoked for up to one year. If you have two DUI convictions in a 20-year period, you could lose your license for five years. Three DUI convictions or more will cause your license to be revoked for 10 years or permanently.
At Donahue, Sowa & Magana, our attorneys have successfully handled cases involving severe DUI, misdemeanor, and felony offenses leading to license revocation. As one of the oldest and most established law firms in DuPage County, we bring more than 40 years of combined trial experience to guide our clients through license reinstatement hearings.
Contact Donahue, Sowa & Magana in our St. Charles and Naperville, Illinois office locations. We are litigation attorneys experienced in helping people with complex legal matters. You don't have to lose your driving privileges when our attorneys can figure out other options for you to keep your driver's license. Call our St. Charles office at 630-762-1780, or call us in our Naperville office, at 630-505-5200, to schedule a free initial consultation.
Misdemeanor and Felony Offenses Leading to Driver's License Revocation
In Illinois, the Secretary of State has the right to suspend or revoke your license depending on the severity of a misdemeanor or felony offense committed. Class A misdemeanors, such as helping someone to obtain, being in possession of, or assisting someone in obtaining a fraudulent driver's license, or permit, can lead to revocation. Any subsequent offenses to Class A misdemeanors can be considered Class 4 felonies, which include issuing or manufacturing fraudulent licenses.
Regardless of the charges, the knowledgeable attorneys at Donahue, Sowa & Magana can represent you at driver's license reinstatement hearings and provide you with strong criminal defense representation.
Contact Us for Driver's License Revocation Matters
Contact our attorneys at Donahue, Sowa & Magana, in DuPage County, if you have received a notice about your driver's license being revoked. We will walk you through the steps to getting your license reinstated. Call us in our St. Charles office at 630-762-1780, or in our Naperville office at 630-505-5200. We would be more than happy to answer all your questions.