Driving with a Suspended or Revoked License is a FELONY!
Let DACC help you with the steps to reinstate your driving privileges.
Our extensive experience with Secretary of State and Attorneys will give you the confidence you desire when moving through the process of reinstating your driving privileges. According to Secretary of State, they require you to complete an alcohol/drug evaluation by a Department of Human Services Division of Substance Use Prevention and Recovery (SUPR)-approved licensed provider within 6 months prior to your hearing date.
In order for DACC to accurately complete your Updated Evaluation, we will need the following documents:
- Driving Record or Abstract for Court Purposes (less than 30 days old) which can be obtained from Secretary of State.
- Driving Record or Abstract from other states in which you held a valid Drivers License.
- Notice of Summary Suspension documentation or Sworn Report (this was given to you the night of your DUI) It has the time, date, and if you Refused Testing or received a BAC.
- Any past treatment documentation (Location of Treatment, dates of admission/discharge, Risk Education Certificate)
- Any past Evaluations if you are unable to provide your Notice of Summary Suspension for the last DUI you received.
It is recommended that your alcohol/drug evaluation is completed prior to attending any court appearances; not to mention, you will be proactive and compliant with the court system. At DACC, we can take you through the process from start to finish in one central location and you will receive personal care and respect throughout the process.
Secretary of State Verification of Treatment
Continuing Care Plan
Continuing Status Report
Continuing Care Summary or Treatment Waiver
Responses to Secretary of State Denial Letters
If your DUI case was submitted to Secretary of State and they suspended or revoked your drivers license, you can provide them with the necessary documents from your treatment at DACC.