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.ILLINOIS OFFICIAL REPORTS Supreme Court People v. Martin, 2011 IL Caption in Supreme Court: THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF ILLINOIS, Appellant, v. AARON L. MARTIN, Appellee. Docket No. Filed Rehearing denied April 21, 2011 September 26, 2011 Held (Note: This syllabus constitutes no part of the opinion of the court but has been prepared by the Reporter of Decisions for the convenience of the reader.) Because it is not possible to measure the extent to which the presence of methamphetamine in the human body causes impairment, "drug driving," or misdemeanor driving under the influence of drug, is strict liability offense which can be proved by the presence of only trace amounts of the drug in the urine; and where motorist who had trace amounts of methamphetamine in his urine caused fatal accident, he could be convicted of the felony of aggravated DUI without proof of any particular level of impairment, since the urine finding simply enhanced the misdemeanor to felony. Decision Under Review
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- contactCity: Springfield
- contactOrganization: Illinois Supreme Court
- contactPhoneNumber: 217-782-7821
- contactState: IL
- contactZipCode: 62701-1720
- dateCreated: 04 21 2011
- dateLastModified: 04 21 2011
- description: JUSTICE THEIS delivered the judgment of the court, with opinion. Chief Justice Kilbride and Justices Freeman, Thomas, Garman, Karmeier, and Burke concurred in the judgment and opinion. Two deaths occurred in Peoria in 2004 when defendant driver missed a curve, crossed the center line, and collided head-on with another vehicle.
- govType: State
- language: EN-English
- numberOrIssue: April 21
- originatorDepartment: Supreme Court
- originatorJurisdiction: Illinois
- originatorOffice: Illinois
- volumeOrYear: 2011