You won't be able to get your license back unless you can convince the Secretary of State to give it back to you. I suggest you contact a lawyer in your area experienced in representing drivers before the Secretary of State.
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You are most likely eligible for reinstatement of driving privileges, but you would need a formal hearing at the Secretary of State. You need to have a current alcohol evaluation and show proof of counseling classes complete. You want to paint a picture for the Secretary of State that you will not be a hazard to the people of Illinois if granted driving privileges. In order to do this, you need to contact an attorney to take you through the proper steps.Ask a similar question
No. You must have a hearing with the Illinois Secretary of State, and convince them that you deserve a license back.Ask a similar question
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