In Illinois, Driving on a Suspended or Revoked License is a Class A Misdemeanor. In some instances though, the charge can have a felony enhancement. Class A Misdemeanors have potential penalties of up to 364 days in jail, SWAP, Community Service and/or fines of up to $2,500. Also, a conviction for a suspended or revoked driver's license will often times double the length of your original suspension, leaving you in an endless cycles of driving on a suspended/revoked license. (625 ILCS 5/6-303)
I will fight to keep a conviction off your driving record and your criminal record clean. As part of my representation, I will obtain your driving record from the Secretary of State. I will then sit down with you and give you step by step instructions on how to reinstate your driving privileges. Most lawyers will take your money, give you 3 minutes of their time, plead you guilty, never speak with you again, and leave you in the vicious cycle of driving on a suspended license. Not Me! I want to make sure when I am finished with you, you have a valid driver's license! I won't leave your side until you are holding the valid license. That's my promise to you!