Aggravated Dui/ Reckless Homicide Information Sheet - Illinois

This "Aggravated Dui/ Reckless Homicide Information Sheet" is a Illinois-specific form released by the Illinois Secretary of State on April 1, 2015.

Download the form by clicking the link below, fill it out by hand, and mail it as per the guidelines provided by the department or the applicable legal instructions.

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Office of the
Secretary of State
AGGRAVATED DUI/
DEPARTMENT OF
RECKLESS HOMICIDE
ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS
INFORMATION SHEET
Additional forms may be obtained at
www.cyberdriveillinois.com
Anyone convicted of reckless homicide or aggravated DUI involving a fatality is not eligible to apply for reinstatement of driving
privileges for two years from the date of the revocation. If an offender is imprisoned as a result of the reckless homicide
conviction or aggravated DUI involving a fatality, no driving relief of any kind is available, including a Restricted Driving Permit
(RDP), for 24 months from the date of release from prison. No hearing will be conducted until on or after the eligibility date
to be considered for driving relief.
IMPORTANT: Illinois residents may not have a formal hearing for driving relief until on or after their eligibility date;
out-of-state residents may not apply for driving relief until on or after their eligibility date, as defined herein.
In order to establish the date of release from prison, a certified document(s) from the judicial system and/or Department of
Corrections must be submitted. These documents must show, at a minimum, the: 1) conviction for aggravated DUI/reckless
homicide,2) date imprisoned,3) date of release,and 4) terms of release for the aggravated DUI/reckless homicide sentence.Any
request for a formal hearing for driving relief must include the above document(s) or the request will be returned and no hearing
will be scheduled.
Once a hearing is scheduled,if you are or were on parole/probation for this offense,you also must submit at the hearing a current
dated letter from your parole/probation officer. The letter should indicate whether you have been and are in compliance with your
terms and whether there are any restrictions regarding your mobility and/or ability to drive a motor vehicle.
Additional documentation may be required at the time of your formal hearing depending on the individual circumstances of
your case. Information regarding these requirements may be obtained from the informal hearing officer.
I have read and understand the above information. The informal hearing officer who signed below and advised me
of this information was available to answer any questions I had regarding the requirements for a hearing and the
hearing process.
____________________________________________________
____________________________________________________
Petitioner’s Name (type or print)
Illinois Driver’s License Number
____________________________________________________
____________________________________________________
Petitioner’s Signature
Date
____________________________________________________
____________________________________________________
Informal Hearing Officer’s Signature
Date
Printed by authority of the State of Illinois. April 2015 — 1 — DAH H 81.2
Print
Reset
Save
Office of the
Secretary of State
AGGRAVATED DUI/
DEPARTMENT OF
RECKLESS HOMICIDE
ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS
INFORMATION SHEET
Additional forms may be obtained at
www.cyberdriveillinois.com
Anyone convicted of reckless homicide or aggravated DUI involving a fatality is not eligible to apply for reinstatement of driving
privileges for two years from the date of the revocation. If an offender is imprisoned as a result of the reckless homicide
conviction or aggravated DUI involving a fatality, no driving relief of any kind is available, including a Restricted Driving Permit
(RDP), for 24 months from the date of release from prison. No hearing will be conducted until on or after the eligibility date
to be considered for driving relief.
IMPORTANT: Illinois residents may not have a formal hearing for driving relief until on or after their eligibility date;
out-of-state residents may not apply for driving relief until on or after their eligibility date, as defined herein.
In order to establish the date of release from prison, a certified document(s) from the judicial system and/or Department of
Corrections must be submitted. These documents must show, at a minimum, the: 1) conviction for aggravated DUI/reckless
homicide,2) date imprisoned,3) date of release,and 4) terms of release for the aggravated DUI/reckless homicide sentence.Any
request for a formal hearing for driving relief must include the above document(s) or the request will be returned and no hearing
will be scheduled.
Once a hearing is scheduled,if you are or were on parole/probation for this offense,you also must submit at the hearing a current
dated letter from your parole/probation officer. The letter should indicate whether you have been and are in compliance with your
terms and whether there are any restrictions regarding your mobility and/or ability to drive a motor vehicle.
Additional documentation may be required at the time of your formal hearing depending on the individual circumstances of
your case. Information regarding these requirements may be obtained from the informal hearing officer.
I have read and understand the above information. The informal hearing officer who signed below and advised me
of this information was available to answer any questions I had regarding the requirements for a hearing and the
hearing process.
____________________________________________________
____________________________________________________
Petitioner’s Name (type or print)
Illinois Driver’s License Number
____________________________________________________
____________________________________________________
Petitioner’s Signature
Date
____________________________________________________
____________________________________________________
Informal Hearing Officer’s Signature
Date
Printed by authority of the State of Illinois. April 2015 — 1 — DAH H 81.2

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