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Driving with a Suspended License

Chicago Suspended License Lawyer

License Suspension Lawyer

Driving with a suspended license or a license that has been revoked is a serious offense in the state of Illinois, and could result in criminal charges being brought against you. If you've been driving while your license has been revoked, you are committing a Class A misdemeanor that could land you in jail for an entire year with fines that could go up to $2500. Hire a criminal defense attorney so that you can receive legal advice and potentially avoid a felony conviction.

Expert Legal Defense Attorney-Dupage & Cook Counties, Illinois

The Law Office of Francis J. Discipio has over 25 years of experience as a former prosecutor and knows both sides of the law. As your criminal defense attorney, I will look at all aspects of your driving record and figure out the reasons behind why your license was suspended or revoked. I will make sure you have sound legal advice ahead of time in the event we may need to go to court. Whether you've had multiple moving violations, a DUI charge, or you were driving without insurance, you need a lawyer who knows where to look to avoid more penalties that could be brought against you.

Restoring Your Illinois Driver's License

It's a serious criminal offense if you are arrested for driving with a suspended license. That is why it is important to begin the process for restoring your license to drive. With my law office conveniently located in Chicago, Illinois, I will identify which steps need to be taken in order to reinstate your license and driving privileges. At the Law Office of Francis J. Discipio, you will get an experienced criminal defense attorney, who will aggressively fight for you.

Speak to an Attorney Now

Whatever your reasons may be for getting a suspended license, I will discuss your situation with you so we can take important steps to restoring your driving privileges. Contact us at (630) 574-2288 for a free consultation and case evaluation.

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