Your driving privileges could be revoked or suspended by the Secretary of State due to several reasons. It also depends on many factors, including the type of violation committed, unsafe driving habits, your driving record, and your willingness to comply with assessment recommendations and requirements.
Having your drivers license restored can be difficult, especially when the reason for revocation is operating while intoxicated (OWI). That's why getting the experience of an OWI lawyer like Joseph Cross on your side is all the more important.
You have the best chance of getting your drivers license back when you trust your case in the hands of one of the area's top drivers license restoration attorneys for the last 15 years.
If you've already requested a DLAD hearing and feel unprepared to go before a hearing officer, you should immediately contact Joseph Cross so that he can prepare to attend with you or request that the hearing be adjourned. Know that if you simply fail to appear, you won't be eligible for another hearing for up to 1 year from the date of the scheduled hearing.
If you have been accused of an implied consent violation where you refused a chemical test, contact Joseph Cross immediately! You must know that you have only 14 days to request an appeal hearing. The suspension will result in loss of driving privileges for 1 year. Even if the 14 days have passed, Attorney Cross will still secure license privileges for you on the implied consent violation.