Illinois: coach and driver ed teacher allowed to by Judge to duck drunk driving charge (was convicted before of DUI) in plea deal

From Plainfield Patch

A Kendall County judge granted a Romeoville High School coach’s motion to quash a February arrest for drunken driving.  An attorney for the Spartans head football coach Jeff Kuna said Friday that officers did not have probable cause to make the arrest based on the evidence, including the results of a field sobriety test.  …..MORE
After drivers ed teacher was busted for speeding, and his record as drunk driver was exposed by new DUI charge he was able to have quashed, police arranged a driver safety week for the students at his school
From the Herald News ROMEOVILLE — The Romeoville Police Department, in cooperation with Romeoville High School, will conduct “Driver Safety Week” today through Friday. The purpose is to increase driver safety among teenage drivers.Mile for mile, teenagers are involved in three times as many fatal crashes as all other drivers. Police will focus on three issues related to these crashes: speed, safety belt use and driving while intoxicated. ….MORE

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