Asked almost 3 years ago - Belleville, ILFlag
Last DUI was 13 years ago.
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Your driving record goes back to the beginning of your license privileges in Illinois. Nothing gets removed with the passage of time. If you have a DUI on your record, ANY subsequent DUI will result in a license revocation. Depending on the number of previous DUIs, there are now mandatory minimum sentences to deal with.
As others have mentioned your DUI stays with you for life in Illinois. So any subsequent DUI, no matter how long ago counts. If your first DUI was 20 or more years ago your license suspension period would be 1 year instead of 5 years.
Seek the advice of several DUI attorneys in your locale. Most consults are free.
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