Chicago, IL asked in Traffic Tickets for Illinois

Q: I was given court supervision but I was first mailed that I had to turn in my license. Do I still have to turn it in?

I missed my first court date but asked to vacate ex-parte conviction and was given court supervision. Before that, I was sent a notice from the secretary of state that I need to turn in my license. Now that I have court supervision, do I still need to turn in my license?

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Brandon K. Davis
Brandon K. Davis
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  • Traffic Tickets Lawyer
  • Northfield, IL
  • Licensed in Illinois

A: As long as the Secretary of State is aware you resolved the issue you should not need to surrender your license. You can give them a call to verify - 217-785-8619.

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Theodore J. Harvatin
Theodore J. Harvatin
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  • Traffic Tickets Lawyer
  • Springfield, IL
  • Licensed in Illinois

A: No

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Juan Ooink
Juan Ooink
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  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Bolingbrook, IL
  • Licensed in Illinois

A: You need to make sure the Illinois Secretary of State Office knows that the conviction was vacated. You can call them to make sure.

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