Legal Question in Traffic Law in Illinois

my son's license was suspended on 10/09 but his court date is not until 10/15 to ask for supervision. Can he still drive with the paperwork that states his court date as backup? He needs to get to work and back...

Asked on 10/10/13, 12:53 pm

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George Zuganelis Zuganelis & Zuganelis, Attorneys at Law, P.C.
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The short answer is no, your son cannot drive. There's more to this than you're saying. It's very difficult to give a more complete answer when ALL the facts and charges are not known. If this is a DUI, merely getting supervision will not reinstate his license. A summary suspension for a DUI is a separate matter from the crime of DUI. Your son had better speak to an experienced DUI lawyer, or his license will be gone for the length of the suspension.

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