Posted on Tuesday, May 10th, 2011 at 10:03 am
Yesterday, an Illinois regional superintendent of schools plead guilty to a misdemeanor DUI charge. The 49-year old superintendent oversees four west-central Illinois counties.
The superintendent was charged with driving under the influence last month after being pulled over at 12:30 A.M. on Concord-Arenzville Road. In a plead deal, improper traffic lane use and operating an uninsured motor vehicle charges were dropped.
The court sentenced the superintendent to one year of court supervision. If he completes the court supervision without breaking its terms and conditions, the conviction will be removed from his record. In addition, the superintendent was issued $1,140 in fines and will have an ignition-interlock device in his vehicle for six months.
If you or someone you know has been charged with drunk driving, experienced legal representation can help defend you against these charges. Contact the Champaign drunk driving attorneys of Bruno Law Offices at 217-328-6000 to learn more about your rights.