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 1        AN ACT in relation to motor  vehicle  ignition  interlock
 2    devices, amending named Acts.

 3        Be  it  enacted  by  the People of the State of Illinois,
 4    represented in the General Assembly:

 5        Section 5.  The  Illinois  Vehicle  Code  is  amended  by
 6    changing  Section  6-206.1  and  adding  Section  6-206.2  as
 7    follows:

 8        (625 ILCS 5/1-129.1 new)
 9        Sec.  1-129.1.   Ignition  interlock  device.   A  device
10    installed  in  a motor vehicle that prevents the vehicle from
11    starting until the device has determined by  an  analysis  of
12    the  driver's breath that the driver's blood alcohol is below
13    a certain preset level.

14        (625 ILCS 5/6-206.1) (from Ch. 95 1/2, par. 6-206.1)
15        Sec. 6-206.1.  Judicial Driving  Permit.  Declaration  of
16    Policy.  It  is  hereby  declared  a  policy  of the State of
17    Illinois that the driver who is impaired  by  alcohol,  other
18    drug  or  drugs,  or  intoxicating compound or compounds is a
19    threat to  the  public  safety  and  welfare.  Therefore,  to
20    provide  a  deterrent  to such practice and to remove problem
21    drivers  from  the  highway,  a  statutory  summary  driver's
22    license suspension is appropriate. It is also recognized that
23    driving is a privilege and therefore, that in some cases  the
24    granting of limited driving privileges, where consistent with
25    public  safety,  is warranted during the period of suspension
26    in the form of a judicial driving permit  to  drive  for  the
27    purpose  of  employment,  receiving drug treatment or medical
28    care, and educational pursuits, where no alternative means of
29    transportation is available.
30        The following procedures shall  apply  whenever  a  first
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 1    offender  is  arrested  for any offense as defined in Section
 2    11-501 or a similar provision of a local ordinance:
 3        (a)  Subsequent to a notification of a statutory  summary
 4    suspension  of  driving  privileges  as  provided  in Section
 5    11-501.1, the first offender as defined in Section 11-500 may
 6    petition the circuit court of venue for  a  Judicial  Driving
 7    Permit,  hereinafter  referred  as  a  JDP,  to relieve undue
 8    hardship.   The court may issue a court  order,  pursuant  to
 9    the   criteria  contained  in  this  Section,  directing  the
10    Secretary of State to issue such a JDP to the  petitioner.  A
11    JDP  shall  not become effective prior to the 31st day of the
12    original statutory summary suspension  and  shall  always  be
13    subject to the following criteria:
14             1.  If  ordered  for the purposes of employment, the
15        JDP shall be  only  for  the  purpose  of  providing  the
16        petitioner  the  privilege  of  driving  a  motor vehicle
17        between the petitioner's residence and  the  petitioner's
18        place  of  employment  and return; or within the scope of
19        the petitioner's  employment  related  duties,  shall  be
20        effective only during and limited to those specific times
21        and  routes  actually  required to commute or perform the
22        petitioner's employment related duties.
23             2.  The court, by a court order, may also direct the
24        Secretary of State to issue a JDP to allow transportation
25        for  the  petitioner,  or  a  household  member  of   the
26        petitioner's   family,   to  receive  alcohol,  drug,  or
27        intoxicating compound treatment or medical care,  if  the
28        petitioner  is  able  to  demonstrate that no alternative
29        means of transportation is reasonably available. Such JDP
30        shall  be  effective  only  during  the  specific   times
31        actually required to commute.
32             3.  The court, by a court order, may also direct the
33        Secretary of State to issue a JDP to allow transportation
34        by   the   petitioner   for   educational  purposes  upon
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 1        demonstrating that there  are  no  alternative  means  of
 2        transportation  reasonably  available to accomplish those
 3        educational purposes. Such JDP  shall  be  only  for  the
 4        purpose  of  providing  transportation  to  and  from the
 5        petitioner's residence  and  the  petitioner's  place  of
 6        educational  activity, and only during the specific times
 7        and routes actually required to commute  or  perform  the
 8        petitioner's educational requirement.
 9             4.  The  Court  shall  not issue an order granting a
10        JDP to:
11                  (i)  Any person unless  and  until  the  court,
12             after   considering   the   results   of  a  current
13             professional evaluation of the person's  alcohol  or
14             other  drug  use  by  an  agency pursuant to Section
15             15-10 of the Alcoholism and  Other  Drug  Abuse  and
16             Dependency  Act  and other appropriate investigation
17             of  the  person,  is  satisfied  that  granting  the
18             privilege of driving a motor vehicle on the highways
19             will not endanger the public safety or welfare.
20                  (ii)  Any person  who  has  been  convicted  of
21             reckless homicide within the previous 5 years.
22                  (iii)  Any  person whose privilege to operate a
23             motor vehicle was invalid at the time of arrest  for
24             the  current  violation  of  Section  11-501,  or  a
25             similar  provision  of  a local ordinance, except in
26             cases  where  the  cause  for  a  driver's   license
27             suspension  has  been  removed  at the time a JDP is
28             effective.  In any case,  should  the  Secretary  of
29             State  enter  a  suspension or revocation of driving
30             privileges pursuant to the provisions of  this  Code
31             while the JDP is in effect or pending, the Secretary
32             shall  take  the  prescribed  action  and  provide a
33             notice to the person  and  the  court  ordering  the
34             issuance  of  the  JDP  that all driving privileges,
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 1             including those provided by the issuance of the JDP,
 2             have been withdrawn.
 3                  (iv)  Any person under the age of 18 years.
 4        (b)  Prior to ordering the issuance of a  JDP  the  Court
 5    should  consider  at  least,  but  not  be  limited  to,  the
 6    following issues:
 7             1.  Whether  the  person  is  employed  and no other
 8        means  of  commuting  to  the  place  of  employment   is
 9        available or that the person must drive as a condition of
10        employment.  The  employer  shall  certify  the  hours of
11        employment and the  need  and  parameters  necessary  for
12        driving as a condition to employment.
13             2.  Whether  the person must drive to secure alcohol
14        or other  medical  treatment  for  himself  or  a  family
15        member.
16             3.  Whether  the  person  must drive for educational
17        purposes.  The educational institution shall certify  the
18        person's  enrollment  in  and  academic  schedule  at the
19        institution.
20             4.  Whether the person has been repeatedly convicted
21        of  traffic  violations  or  involved  in  motor  vehicle
22        accidents to a  degree  which  indicates  disrespect  for
23        public safety.
24             5.  Whether  the  person  has  been  convicted  of a
25        traffic violation in connection with a  traffic  accident
26        resulting  in  the  death of any person within the last 5
27        years.
28             6.  Whether the person is likely to obey the limited
29        provisions of the JDP.
30             7.  Whether the person has  any  additional  traffic
31        violations pending in any court.
32        For   purposes   of  this  Section,  programs  conducting
33    professional evaluations of a person's alcohol,  other  drug,
34    or  intoxicating  compound  use  must report, to the court of
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 1    venue, using a form prescribed by the Secretary of  State.  A
 2    copy  of  such  evaluations shall be sent to the Secretary of
 3    State by the court. However, the evaluation information shall
 4    be privileged  and  only  available  to  courts  and  to  the
 5    Secretary  of  State,  but  shall  not  be  admissible in the
 6    subsequent trial on the underlying charge.
 7        (c)  The scope of any court order issued for a JDP  under
 8    this  Section  shall  be  limited to the operation of a motor
 9    vehicle as provided for in subsection (a) of this Section and
10    shall specify the petitioner's residence, place of employment
11    or location of educational institution, and the scope of  job
12    related duties, if relevant.  The JDP shall also specify days
13    of the week and specific hours of the day when the petitioner
14    is  able  to  exercise  the  limited privilege of operating a
15    motor vehicle. If the Petitioner, who has been granted a JDP,
16    is issued a citation for a traffic related offense, including
17    operating a motor vehicle outside the limitations  prescribed
18    in  the  JDP or a violation of Section 6-303, or is convicted
19    of any such an offense during the term of the JDP, the  court
20    shall  consider  cancellation  of the limited driving permit.
21    In any case, if the Petitioner commits an offense, as defined
22    in  Section  11-501,  or  a  similar  provision  of  a  local
23    ordinance, as evidenced by the issuance of a Uniform  Traffic
24    Ticket,  the  JDP shall be forwarded by the court of venue to
25    the court ordering the issuance of the JDP, for cancellation.
26    The court shall notify the Secretary of  State  of  any  such
27    cancellation.
28        (d)  The Secretary of State shall, upon receiving a court
29    order  from  the  court of venue, issue a JDP to a successful
30    Petitioner under this Section.  Such court order  form  shall
31    also  contain  a  notification,  which  shall  be sent to the
32    Secretary of State,  providing  the  name,  driver's  license
33    number  and  legal  address of the successful petitioner, and
34    the full and detailed description of the limitations  of  the
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 1    JDP.  This information shall be available only to the courts,
 2    police officers, and the Secretary of  State,  except  during
 3    the  actual  period  the  JDP  is valid, during which time it
 4    shall be a public record. The Secretary of State shall design
 5    and furnish to the courts an official court order form to  be
 6    used  by  the courts when directing the Secretary of State to
 7    issue a JDP.
 8        Any submitted court order that contains insufficient data
 9    or fails to comply with this Code shall not be  utilized  for
10    JDP  issuance  or  entered  to the driver record but shall be
11    returned to the issuing court indicating why the  JDP  cannot
12    be so entered.  A notice of this action shall also be sent to
13    the JDP petitioner by the Secretary of State.
14        (e)  The  circuit court of venue may conduct the judicial
15    hearing, as provided in Section 2-118.1, and the JDP  hearing
16    provided  in  this  Section,  concurrently.  Such  concurrent
17    hearing  shall  proceed in the court in the same manner as in
18    other civil proceedings.
19        (f)  The circuit court of venue may, as  a  condition  of
20    the  issuance  of a JDP, prohibit the person from operating a
21    motor vehicle not equipped with an ignition interlock device.
23    (Source: P.A. 90-369, eff. 1-1-98; 90-779, eff. 1-1-99.)

24        (625 ILCS 5/6-206.2 new)
25        Sec.  6-206.2.  Violations  relating   to   an   ignition
26    interlock device.
27        (a)  It   is   unlawful  for  any  person  whose  driving
28    privilege is restricted by being prohibited from operating  a
29    motor  vehicle not equipped with an ignition interlock device
30    to request or solicit  any  other  person  to  blow  into  an
31    ignition  interlock  device  or  to  start  a  motor  vehicle
32    equipped  with  the  device  for the purpose of providing the
33    person so restricted with an operable motor vehicle.
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 1        (b)  It is unlawful to blow into  an  ignition  interlock
 2    device  or  to start a motor vehicle equipped with the device
 3    for the purpose of providing an operable motor vehicle  to  a
 4    person   whose  driving  privilege  is  restricted  by  being
 5    prohibited from operating a motor vehicle not  equipped  with
 6    an ignition interlock device.
 7        (c)  It  is  unlawful  to  tamper with, or circumvent the
 8    operation of, an ignition interlock device.
 9        (d)  Except as provided in subsection (c)(17) of  Section
10    5-6-3.1  of  the  Unified  Code of Corrections or by rule, no
11    person shall knowingly rent, lease, or lend a  motor  vehicle
12    to  a  person  known  to  have  his  or her driving privilege
13    restricted by being prohibited from operating a  vehicle  not
14    equipped  with  an  ignition  interlock  device,  unless  the
15    vehicle  is  equipped  with  a functioning ignition interlock
16    device.  Any person whose driving privilege is so  restricted
17    shall  notify  any person intending to rent, lease, or loan a
18    motor  vehicle  to  the  restricted  person  of  the  driving
19    restriction imposed upon him or her.
20        A person convicted of  a  violation  of  this  subsection
21    shall  be punished by imprisonment for not more than 6 months
22    or by a fine of not more than $5,000, or both.

23        Section 10.  The Unified Code of Corrections  is  amended
24    by changing Section 5-6-3.1 as follows:

25        (730 ILCS 5/5-6-3.1) (from Ch. 38, par. 1005-6-3.1)
26        Sec. 5-6-3.1.  Incidents and Conditions of Supervision.
27        (a)  When a defendant is placed on supervision, the court
28    shall enter an order for supervision specifying the period of
29    such  supervision, and shall defer further proceedings in the
30    case until the conclusion of the period.
31        (b)  The period of supervision shall be reasonable  under
32    all  of  the circumstances of the case, but may not be longer
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 1    than 2 years, unless the defendant  has  failed  to  pay  the
 2    assessment  required  by Section 10.3 of the Cannabis Control
 3    Act or Section 411.2 of the  Illinois  Controlled  Substances
 4    Act,  in which case the court may extend supervision beyond 2
 5    years. Additionally, the court shall order the  defendant  to
 6    perform  no  less  than 30 hours of community service and not
 7    more than  120  hours  of  community  service,  if  community
 8    service  is  available  in the jurisdiction and is funded and
 9    approved by the county board where the offense was committed,
10    when the offense (1) was related to or in furtherance of  the
11    criminal  activities of an organized gang or was motivated by
12    the defendant's membership in or allegiance to  an  organized
13    gang;  or  (2) is a violation of any Section of Article 24 of
14    the Criminal Code of 1961 where a disposition of  supervision
15    is  not  prohibited  by  Section  5-6-1  of  this  Code.  The
16    community service shall include, but not be limited  to,  the
17    cleanup  and  repair  of  any  damage  caused by violation of
18    Section 21-1.3 of the  Criminal  Code  of  1961  and  similar
19    damages to property located within the municipality or county
20    in   which   the  violation  occurred.   Where  possible  and
21    reasonable, the community service should be performed in  the
22    offender's neighborhood.
23        For  the  purposes  of this Section, "organized gang" has
24    the meaning ascribed to it in  Section  10  of  the  Illinois
25    Streetgang Terrorism Omnibus Prevention Act.
26        (c)  The  court  may  in  addition  to  other  reasonable
27    conditions  relating  to  the  nature  of  the offense or the
28    rehabilitation  of  the  defendant  as  determined  for  each
29    defendant in the proper discretion of the court require  that
30    the person:
31             (1)  make a report to and appear in person before or
32        participate  with  the  court  or such courts, person, or
33        social service agency as directed by  the  court  in  the
34        order of supervision;
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 1             (2)  pay a fine and costs;
 2             (3)  work  or pursue a course of study or vocational
 3        training;
 4             (4)  undergo medical, psychological  or  psychiatric
 5        treatment; or treatment for drug addiction or alcoholism;
 6             (5)  attend  or reside in a facility established for
 7        the instruction or residence of defendants on probation;
 8             (6)  support his dependents;
 9             (7)  refrain from  possessing  a  firearm  or  other
10        dangerous weapon;
11             (8)  and in addition, if a minor:
12                  (i)  reside  with  his  parents  or in a foster
13             home;
14                  (ii)  attend school;
15                  (iii)  attend  a  non-residential  program  for
16             youth;
17                  (iv)  contribute to his own support at home  or
18             in a foster home; and
19             (9)  make restitution or reparation in an amount not
20        to exceed actual loss or damage to property and pecuniary
21        loss  or  make  restitution  under  Section  5-5-6  to  a
22        domestic violence shelter.  The court shall determine the
23        amount and conditions of payment;
24             (10)  perform  some  reasonable  public or community
25        service;
26             (11)  comply with the terms  and  conditions  of  an
27        order  of  protection issued by the court pursuant to the
28        Illinois Domestic Violence Act of 1986. If the court  has
29        ordered  the  defendant  to  make  a report and appear in
30        person under paragraph (1) of this subsection, a copy  of
31        the  order  of  protection  shall  be  transmitted to the
32        person or agency so designated by the court;
33             (12)  reimburse any "local  anti-crime  program"  as
34        defined  in  Section 7 of the Anti-Crime Advisory Council
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 1        Act for any reasonable expenses incurred by  the  program
 2        on  the offender's case, not to exceed the maximum amount
 3        of the fine authorized for  the  offense  for  which  the
 4        defendant was sentenced;
 5             (13)  contribute  a  reasonable sum of money, not to
 6        exceed the maximum amount of the fine authorized for  the
 7        offense  for  which  the  defendant  was  sentenced, to a
 8        "local anti-crime program", as defined in  Section  7  of
 9        the Anti-Crime Advisory Council Act;
10             (14)  refrain   from   entering  into  a  designated
11        geographic area except upon such terms as the court finds
12        appropriate.  Such terms may include consideration of the
13        purpose of the entry, the  time  of  day,  other  persons
14        accompanying  the  defendant,  and  advance approval by a
15        probation officer;
16             (15)  refrain from having any contact,  directly  or
17        indirectly,  with certain specified persons or particular
18        types of person, including but not limited to members  of
19        street gangs and drug users or dealers;
20             (16)  refrain  from  having  in  his or her body the
21        presence of any illicit drug prohibited by  the  Cannabis
22        Control  Act  or  the Illinois Controlled Substances Act,
23        unless prescribed by a physician, and submit  samples  of
24        his  or her blood or urine or both for tests to determine
25        the presence of any illicit drug;.
26             (17)  refrain from operating any motor  vehicle  not
27        equipped  with an ignition interlock device as defined in
28        Section 1-129.1 of the Illinois Vehicle Code.  Under this
29        condition the court may allow  a  defendant  who  is  not
30        self-employed   to   operate   a  vehicle  owned  by  the
31        defendant's  employer  that  is  not  equipped  with   an
32        ignition  interlock device in the course and scope of the
33        defendant's employment.
34        (d)  The court shall defer entering any judgment  on  the
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 1    charges until the conclusion of the supervision.
 2        (e)  At  the  conclusion of the period of supervision, if
 3    the court determines  that  the  defendant  has  successfully
 4    complied with all of the conditions of supervision, the court
 5    shall discharge the defendant and enter a judgment dismissing
 6    the charges.
 7        (f)  Discharge and dismissal upon a successful conclusion
 8    of  a  disposition  of  supervision  shall  be deemed without
 9    adjudication of guilt and shall not be  termed  a  conviction
10    for  purposes  of disqualification or disabilities imposed by
11    law  upon  conviction  of  a  crime.   Two  years  after  the
12    discharge  and  dismissal  under  this  Section,  unless  the
13    disposition of supervision was for a  violation  of  Sections
14    3-707,  3-708,  3-710,  5-401.3,  or  11-503  of the Illinois
15    Vehicle Code or a similar provision of a local ordinance,  or
16    for  a  violation of Sections 12-3.2 or 16A-3 of the Criminal
17    Code of 1961, in  which  case  it  shall  be  5  years  after
18    discharge  and  dismissal,  a  person  may have his record of
19    arrest  sealed  or  expunged  as  may  be  provided  by  law.
20    However, any defendant placed on supervision  before  January
21    1,  1980,  may  move for sealing or expungement of his arrest
22    record, as provided by law, at any time after  discharge  and
23    dismissal  under this Section. A person placed on supervision
24    for a sexual offense committed against a minor as defined  in
25    subsection  (g)  of  Section 5 of the Criminal Identification
26    Act or for a violation of  Section  11-501  of  the  Illinois
27    Vehicle  Code  or  a  similar  provision of a local ordinance
28    shall not  have  his  or  her  record  of  arrest  sealed  or
29    expunged.
30        (g)  A defendant placed on supervision and who during the
31    period  of  supervision  undergoes  mandatory drug or alcohol
32    testing, or both, or is assigned to be placed on an  approved
33    electronic  monitoring  device,  shall  be ordered to pay the
34    costs incidental to such mandatory drug or  alcohol  testing,
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 1    or  both,  and  costs  incidental to such approved electronic
 2    monitoring in accordance with the defendant's ability to  pay
 3    those  costs.  The  county  board with the concurrence of the
 4    Chief Judge of the judicial circuit in which  the  county  is
 5    located  shall  establish  reasonable  fees  for  the cost of
 6    maintenance, testing, and incidental expenses related to  the
 7    mandatory  drug  or  alcohol  testing, or both, and all costs
 8    incidental  to  approved  electronic   monitoring,   of   all
 9    defendants  placed  on  supervision.   The concurrence of the
10    Chief Judge shall be in the form of an administrative  order.
11    The  fees  shall  be  collected  by  the clerk of the circuit
12    court.  The clerk of the circuit court shall pay  all  moneys
13    collected  from  these fees to the county treasurer who shall
14    use the moneys collected to defray the costs of drug testing,
15    alcohol  testing,  and  electronic  monitoring.  The   county
16    treasurer  shall  deposit  the  fees  collected in the county
17    working cash fund under Section 6-27001 or Section 6-29002 of
18    the Counties Code, as the case may be.
19        (h)  A disposition of supervision is a  final  order  for
20    the purposes of appeal.
21        (i)  The  court  shall  impose upon a defendant placed on
22    supervision  after  January  1,  1992,  as  a  condition   of
23    supervision,  a  fee  of  $25  for  each month of supervision
24    ordered by the court, unless after determining the  inability
25    of the person placed on supervision to pay the fee, the court
26    assesses  a lesser fee. The court may not impose the fee on a
27    minor who is made a ward of  the  State  under  the  Juvenile
28    Court  Act  of 1987 while the minor is in placement.  The fee
29    shall be imposed  only  upon  a  defendant  who  is  actively
30    supervised  by  the  probation and court services department.
31    The fee shall be collected by the clerk of the circuit court.
32    The clerk of the circuit court shall pay all monies collected
33    from this fee to the county  treasurer  for  deposit  in  the
34    probation and court services fund pursuant to Section 15.1 of
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 1    the Probation and Probation Officers Act.
 2        (j)  All  fines  and costs imposed under this Section for
 3    any violation of Chapters 3, 4, 6, and  11  of  the  Illinois
 4    Vehicle  Code,  or  a similar provision of a local ordinance,
 5    and any violation of the Child Passenger Protection Act, or a
 6    similar provision of a local ordinance,  shall  be  collected
 7    and  disbursed by the circuit clerk as provided under Section
 8    27.5 of the Clerks of Courts Act.
 9        (k)  A defendant at least 17 years of age who  is  placed
10    on  supervision for a misdemeanor in a county of 3,000,000 or
11    more inhabitants and who has not been previously convicted of
12    a misdemeanor or felony may as a  condition  of  his  or  her
13    supervision  be  required  by the court to attend educational
14    courses designed to prepare the defendant for a  high  school
15    diploma  and  to work toward a high school diploma or to work
16    toward  passing  the  high  school  level  Test  of   General
17    Educational  Development (GED) or to work toward completing a
18    vocational training  program  approved  by  the  court.   The
19    defendant   placed   on  supervision  must  attend  a  public
20    institution  of  education  to  obtain  the  educational   or
21    vocational  training  required  by  this subsection (k).  The
22    defendant placed on supervision shall be required to pay  for
23    the  cost of the educational courses or GED test, if a fee is
24    charged for those courses or test.  The  court  shall  revoke
25    the supervision of a person who wilfully fails to comply with
26    this   subsection   (k).   The  court  shall  resentence  the
27    defendant upon  revocation  of  supervision  as  provided  in
28    Section  5-6-4.   This  subsection  (k)  does  not apply to a
29    defendant who has a high school diploma or  has  successfully
30    passed  the GED test. This subsection (k) does not apply to a
31    defendant  who   is   determined   by   the   court   to   be
32    developmentally  disabled  or otherwise mentally incapable of
33    completing the educational or vocational program.
34        (l)   The court  shall  require  a  defendant  placed  on
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 1    supervision  for  possession of a substance prohibited by the
 2    Cannabis Control Act or Illinois  Controlled  Substances  Act
 3    after a previous conviction or disposition of supervision for
 4    possession  of a substance prohibited by the Cannabis Control
 5    Act or Illinois Controlled Substances Act or  a  sentence  of
 6    probation  under  Section  10  of the Cannabis Control Act or
 7    Section 410 of the Illinois  Controlled  Substances  Act  and
 8    after  a finding by the court that the person is addicted, to
 9    undergo treatment at a substance abuse  program  approved  by
10    the court.
11        (m)  The  court  shall  require  a  defendant  placed  on
12    supervision  for a violation of Section 3-707 of the Illinois
13    Vehicle Code or a similar provision of a local ordinance,  as
14    a  condition  of  supervision,  to  give  proof of his or her
15    financial responsibility as defined in Section 7-315  of  the
16    Illinois  Vehicle Code.  The proof shall be maintained by the
17    defendant in a manner satisfactory to the Secretary of  State
18    for  a minimum period of one year after the date the proof is
19    first filed.   The  Secretary  of  State  shall  suspend  the
20    driver's license of any person determined by the Secretary to
21    be in violation of this subsection.
22    (Source:  P.A.  89-198,  eff.  7-21-95; 89-203, eff. 7-21-95;
23    89-626,  eff.  8-9-96;  89-637,  eff.  1-1-97;  89-688,  eff.
24    6-1-97; 90-14, eff. 7-1-97; 90-399, eff. 1-1-98; 90-504, eff.
25    1-1-98; 90-655, eff. 7-30-98; 90-784, eff. 1-1-99.)

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