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This i hard to believe, but it's easier to get a drug charge expunged from your record than it is to get the DMV to remove anything from a driving record. The only way they come off is with the passage of time. Like the IRS, the DMV makes up its own rules and unless the Illinois Legislature enacts a law that would permit it, it remains on the record.
There is one avenue, that is to speak to your Congressman, seriously.
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