92nd General Assembly
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   625 ILCS 5/2-128 new                                                        
   730 ILCS 5/5-6-3.1        from Ch. 38, par. 1005-6-3.1                      
   730 ILCS 110/12.5 new                                                       

        Amends the Illinois Vehicle  Code.   Requires  the  Secretary  of      
   State  to  promulgate  rules  for  the  certification of installers of      
   ignition interlock devices.   Requires  any  person  certified  as  an      
   installer  to  periodically  download  data from an ignition interlock      
   device and transfer that data to the Secretary  of  State.   In  cases      
   where  an  ignition  interlock  device is installed as a condition for      
   court supervision for a  DUI,  requires  the  Secretary  of  State  to      
   forward  any data received by the installer to the Probation Office in      
   the county where the person was placed on supervision.   Requires  the      
   Secretary  of  State  to  conduct seminars to train judges and State's      
   Attorneys in the use of ignition interlock devices and to establish  a      
   fee  schedule  for  the  installation  of  ignition interlock devices.      
   Amends the Unified Code of Corrections.  Requires a person required to      
   have an ignition interlock device installed as a  condition  of  court      
   supervision  for a DUI to have a device installed that is certified by      
   the National Highway Traffic  Safety  Administration  by  a  certified      
   installer  and  requires the person to report to the installer every 2      
   months to allow the  installer  to  download  data  from  the  device.      
   Amends   the  Probation  and  Probation  Officers  Act.  Requires  the      
   probation office to notify the State's Attorney when data is  received      
   that  indicates  that  a  person placed on court supervision for a DUI      
   attempted to start the vehicle at a time when his or her blood alcohol      
   level was 0.03 or higher.  Effective immediately, except that  certain      
   Sections  take  effect  six  months  after  the effective date of this      
   amendatory Act of the 92nd General Assembly.                                
   FEB-22-2001  S  FIRST READING                                                  
   FEB-22-2001  S  REFERRED TO SENATE RULES COMMITTEE       RULES                 
   FEB-28-2001  S       ASSIGNED TO COMMITTEE               JUDICIARY             
   MAR-07-2001  S                                 POSTPONED                       
   MAR-08-2001  S  ADDED AS A CHIEF CO-SPONSOR              CULLERTON             
   MAR-21-2001  S                                 POSTPONED                       
   MAR-30-2001  S                                 POSTPONED                       
   MAR-30-2001  S                   COMMITTEE               JUDICIARY             
   MAR-31-2001  S  RE-REFERRED TO RULES COMM/RULE 3-9(A)    RULES                 
   JAN-07-2003  S  SESSION SINE DIE                                               


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