91st General Assembly
Summary of HB3053
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VEH CD-FIELD SOBRIETY                                                      

Synopsis of Bill as introduced:
        Amends the Illinois Vehicle Code.  Provides  that  a  person  who      
   drives  or  is  in actual physical control of a motor vehicle upon the      
   public highways of this State is  deemed  to  have  given  consent  to      
   standardized  field sobriety tests or a portable breathalyzer test, or      
   both, if a law enforcement officer has  reasonable  suspicion  of  the      
   driver's  impairment.   Provides  that  the results of the test may be      
   used by the defendant  as  evidence  in  an  administrative  or  court      
   proceeding  involving DUI or implied consent.  Provides for suspension      
   of a driver's license if a person refuses the field sobriety  test  or      
   the  portable  breathalyzer  test.  Permits  the Secretary of State to      
   issue a restricted driving permit following the suspension of  driving      
   privileges  after  at  least  30  days  from the effective date of the      
   suspension.  Provides that following a second or subsequent suspension      
   of driving privileges that is based upon the person having refused  or      
   failed  to  complete  a  test or tests to determine his or her alcohol      
   concentration, the Secretary of State may issue a  restricted  driving      
   permit  after  at  least  6  months  from  the  effective  date of the      
          FISCAL NOTE (Illinois State Police)                                  
          If this bill would become law, there would be no measurable          
          fiscal impact upon the Illinois State Police.                        
          STATE MANDATES NOTE (Dept. of Commerce and Community Affairs)        
          HB 3053 creates a due process mandate for which no State reim-       
          bursement of any cost to local governments is required under         
          the State Mandates Act.                                              
          FISCAL NOTE (Secretary of State)                                     
          While it is impossible to estimate the extent of the expected        
          substantial increase in the number of administrative hearing         
          cases, the Dept. has determined an annual fiscal impact of           
          $220,000 per 1,250 cases.                                            
Last action on Bill: SESSION SINE DIE

   Last action date: 01-01-09

           Location: House

 Amendments to Bill: AMENDMENTS ADOPTED: HOUSE -   0     SENATE -   0


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