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State of Illinois v. TM

TM was arrested and charged with his second offense of driving under the influence of alcohol. A conviction would have resulted in a revocation of his driver’s license. After a thorough cross examination of the arresting officer, the judge ruled that the State failed to prove TM guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.

His driver’s license was not revoked, he did not have to attend alcohol classes, and no fines and court costs were assessed.