If you have an active Illinois License Suspension your driving privileges are suspended in every state that participates in the National Driver Register. While most states participate in the NDR, there are a few that do not. If you have an Illinois License Suspension you will not be able to obtain a license in any of the participating NDR states. Contact Carbondale criminal attorney Brian Roberts right now to protect keep your Illinois Driver’s license from being suspended following a DUI or other traffic arrest or citation.
If you have an active Illinois License Suspension you may be charged with driving without a valid license in any state other than Illinois. Some states also have a driving while suspended in another state charge. It does not matter why your license is suspended, or even if your license was properly suspended.
In Illinois your driver’s license may be suspended for a DUI in Illinois, DUI in a state other than Illinois while you hold an Illinois license, failure to appear for a traffic ticket, having too many parking violations that remain unpaid, failing to pay fines or penalties for traffic tickets, non-payment of court ordered child support, or acquiring too many tickets within specified time frames in Illinois or any other state.
If you are facing an Illinois traffic ticket you should contact Pulaski county traffic ticket attorney Brian Roberts right now. We can often resolve your traffic tickets without you even having to appear in court. If you have an active Illinois license suspension you should contact us so that we can either get the suspension lifted, or apply for limited driving privileges for you. Contact us now for a free, confidential case review.