Q: Can I be denied access to a public building and it’s services for not having an appointment? They close at 5 it was 1:30
The people at the door of the dmv told me I would have to come back with an appointment. I asked if It was alright if I could do a walk-in they said no because they wanted to get everyone out on time
A: In Illinois, public buildings like the DMV often have their own procedures for managing visitor access and appointments, it's possible for public institutions to enforce policies that prioritize scheduled appointments to ensure efficient service.
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