In Illinois, it is likely that your driver’s license will be suspended or revoked if you have been arrested or charged with Driving Under the Influence. By law, your license is automatically suspended on the 46th day after your arrest.
The length of your Statutory Summary Suspension varies based upon how many times you have been arrested for Driving Under the Influence and whether or not you consented to blood tests, breathalyzer tests, and urine tests.
After a first DUI arrest, your driver’s license could be suspended from 6 months up to a year. For a second arrest, your driver’s license is suspended for a minimum of 3 years. It only goes up from there.
Automatic driver’s license suspensions as a result of Driving Under the Influence (DUI) can cause a number of problems.
- You can lose your job because you cannot drive.
- It is expensive to have an ignition interlock device put into your vehicle
- You can face additional charges if you are caught driving
- Your vehicle can be taken and seized if you are caught driving on a Suspended License.
The DUI Defense Lawyers at the Noll Law Office in Springfield, Illinois have handled thousands of DUI cases over the years. We have a great track record of getting people arrested of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol or Driving Under the Influence of Drugs their driver’s license back.We are trained in challenging blood tests and urine tests and fighting field sobriety tests. Our attorneys can explain your options to you and discuss how the facts of your case can relate the ultimate outcome of your case.
WAYS TO FIGHT A DRIVER’S LICENSE SUSPENSION
After a DUI arrest, your driver’s license will be suspended in 46 days. There are only 90 days in which you can challenege your license suspension or license revocation. It is important to meet with an experienced and qualified DUI attorney as soon as possible so you don’t miss the opportunity.
Our Driving Under the Influence (DUI) lawyers have successfully kept clients driving privileges intact by challenging the probable cause of the traffic stop, the officer’s suspicion that the arrestee was under the influence of alcohol or drugs, procedural warnings were not given, and paperwork was improperly filled out.
CONTACT OUR DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF DRUGS DEFENSE LAWYERS IN SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS
Contact our Driving Under the Influence (DUI) attorneys today at (217) 414-8889 for a free initial consultation to discuss your case. Weekend and after hours appointments are available.