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Kendall County Administrative Hearing Attorney

At McAdams & Sartori, LLC we understand just how crucial it is for you to have a driver’s license. You need it to earn your livelihood, fulfill family obligations and for so much more. If you have recently lost your license and have an upcoming administrative hearing, having an attorney present can help your case.

Our firm has successfully represented hundreds of clients from Kendall and Kane Counties in Secretary of State administrative hearings. Let us review your documents, check them for accuracy and make sure you are comfortable and prepared before you sit down at a hearing table.

Utilizing a veteran attorney for either formal or informal hearings will help increase your chances of reinstating your license or receiving a restricted driving permit. Before and at the hearing our attorneys will make sure you know what to expect, help you feel less nervous about the process and ensure that you represent yourself consistently and accurately.

DUI Formal Hearing Attorney in Illinois

In Illinois, if your driving privileges have been suspended or revoked after being charged for an offense involving a fatality or multiple DUIs, a formal hearing is required.

At a formal hearing, a hearing officer will preside and both testimony and documentary evidence is heard. The officer is authorized to rule on all motions, administer oaths, subpoena witnesses or documents at the request of any party, examine witnesses and rule upon the admissibility of evidence. Next, an order reflecting the recommendation of the hearing officer is created, then the decision of the Secretary of State’s office is issued.

In this situation, you do not want to represent yourself or be represented by an inexperienced attorney. Contact us at McAdams & Sartori, LLC by calling 630-553-1313 and our veteran lawyers will assist you with every aspect of your case.

Informal Hearings in Illinois

If this is the first time you’ve been convicted of a DUI, an informal hearing can be held. Although an attorney is not required by law, this is an opportunity for you to potentially be granted a restricted driver's license or a full reinstatement of your driving privileges. Be sure you have legal counsel at this important time.

Whether you have been convicted of one DUI or more, you need an experienced Kendall County lawyer you can trust to represent you at administrative hearings. At McAdams & Sartori, LLC your initial consultation is confidential, so contact us today at our Yorkville office at 630-553-1313.

We serve clients in Kendall County, Kane County, and including but not limited to Yorkville, Plainfield, St. Charles, Geneva, Batavia, North Aurora, South Elgin, Yorkville, Aurora, Oswego, Plano, Sugar Grove, Montgomery, Boulder Hill and Bristol.