Does a Secretary of State license reinstatement hearing determine my guilt or innocence on a DUI charge? 

 

No. Whether or not you are guilty or innocent of a DUI charge is determined in the court system. If you have pled guilty, or been found guilty of a past DUI in court, the Secretary of State will lend great credibility to that decision. The focus of your Secretary of State hearing is to determine whether or not you have met your burden to be given driving privileges, not to relitigate the DUI charge that caused the revocation.

License Reinstatement Hearings

with the Illinois Secretary of State

Main Office:

53 West Jackson, Suite 1531​

Chicago, Illinois 60604

Suburban Office:

50 South Main Street, Suite 200

Naperville, Illinois 60540

Call

T: 312.461.0400

F: 708.433.0322

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Jennifer Wirth is licensed

to practice law in Illinois.

We practice in several counties, including Cook, DuPage, Kane, Kendall, Lake, Kankakee and Will County.  Our office also represents revoked drivers across the nation that are seeking legal assistance to clear an Illinois suspension or revocation.