Illinois: Judge’s trial on DUI charges will resume after blood test results are tossed

From Chicago Tribune
The drunken-driving case against Lake County’s former Chief Judge David Hall will return to trial court, but prosecutors will not be able to use blood evidence obtained during his hospitalization after the arrest, an appellate court has ruled.
Hall was cited for DUI and resisting a peace officer on April 26, 2008, after he was stopped in Vernon Hills for swerving and crossing the center line several times, officials said. ….MORE

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