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Types of Driving Permits and Eligibility
Types of Driving Permits and Eligibility

Typically speaking, a revocation of a person's driver's license will be revoked, after which that person will be eligible for a permit to drive after a certain period of time. As a general rule, a person is eligible to apply for a permit before applying for full ...

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  • Types of Driving Permits and Eligibility

    Typically speaking, a revocation of a person's driver's license will be revoked, after which that person will be eligible for a permit to drive after a certain period of time. As a general rule, a ...

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  • Types of Hearings People Could Have to Get Their Driver's Licenses Back

    When a person has a driver's license revocation enter in the State of Illinois, there are only a few ways for that person to get it back. Which way will depend on the person, his or her driving ...

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  • What is the Burden and What Must be Proved at a Hearing to get Reinstated?

    Whether a person is applying for reinstatement or a permit to drive, whether a person lives in another state or live in the State of Illinois, that person will have the same burden. When I say burden ...

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  • Testifying at In-Person Hearings

    A lot of people who are revoked in the State of Illinois, know they have to apply to the Illinois Secretary of State's Office in order to be fully reinstated or to obtain a permit to drive. Many of ...

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  • Understanding the Difference Between Suspensions and Revocations

    People can have their driver's licenses suspended or revoked for any number of reasons. Getting it back is a different matter altogether. Oftentimes, just understanding the difference between a ...

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  • Suspensions and Reinstatements for Fake ID's

    Most readers will not know this, but the Illinois Secretary of State's Office will suspend the driver's license of any person under twenty-one (21) years-old any time it learns that the person ...

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