ILLINOIS SECRETARY OF STATE DEPARTMENT OF POLICE OFFENSE CODE INDEX

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2 ILLINOIS SECRETARY OF STATE DEPARTMENT OF POLICE OFFENSE CODE INDEX This index does not list all offenses and is intended only as a ready reference guide to enforcement sections in the Illinois Compiled Statutes (ILCS). All users should be alert to any new legislative or Practice Rules that may affect its accuracy. IN EVERY CASE, THE PERTINENT ILCS SECTION SHOULD BE READ TO DETERMINE THE PROPER CHARGE AND BAIL. NOTE: The 4-digit number listed in parentheses below Illinois Vehicle Code and certain other violations throughout the Offense Code Index is included for uniform crime reporting purposes utilized by the Secretary of State Police. This code may differ from codes other law enforcement agencies may collect. BAIL BOND AND APPEARANCE PROCEDURES The bail amounts specified in the Offense Code Index are preset in the Practice Rules to avoid undue delay in freeing certain persons accused of an offense when, because of the hour or circumstances, it is not practical to take the accused before a judge to have bail set. SUPREME COURT RULE 553. POSTING BAIL (A) By Whom and Where Taken. The several circuit clerks, deputy circuit clerks and law enforcement officers designated by name or office by the chief judge of the circuit are authorized to let to bail any person arrested for or charged with an offense covered by Rules 526, 527 and 528. Upon designation by the chief judge of the circuit, bail may be taken in accordance with this article in any county, municipal or other building housing governmental units, police station, sheriff s office or jail, district headquarters building of the Illinois State Police, weigh station, or portable scale unit established for enforcement of truck violations under Rule 526(b)(1) or similar municipal ordinances. Bail deposits by credit card, debit card or by any other electronic means may only be accepted upon the approval of the chief judge and the circuit clerk s ability to accept such deposits. Individual bonds under paragraph (d) of this rule may additionally be taken as designated by the chief judge of the circuit. (B) Copy of Bond-Receipt for Cash Bail. A carbon copy of the bond or an official receipt showing the amount of cash bail posted, specifying the time and place of court appearance, shall be furnished to the accused and shall constitute a receipt for bail. The bond, cash bail, or both, shall be delivered to the office of the circuit clerk of the county in which the violation occurred within 48 hours of receipt or within the time set for the accused s appearance in court, whichever is earlier. (C) Driver s License or Bond Certificate. If an accused deposits a driver s license with the arresting officer in lieu of bail or in addition to bail, or deposits a bond certificate, the arresting officer shall note that fact on the accused s copy of the ticket and transmit the driver s license or bond certificate to the clerk within the time provided in paragraph (B) of this rule. 1

3 Following is a current list of all Illinois companies and associations authorized to issue bond certificates to be accepted as bail in minor traffic offenses where the bail does not exceed $160 for a single offense, $500 for multiple offenses arising out of the same occurrence, or $500 for trucks: 1. Advantage Auto Club, Inc. 2. Allstate Insurance Company 3. Allstate Motor Club 4. Auto Club Group 5. American Automobile Assn. and Affiliated Motor Clubs 6. American Service Insurance Company, Inc. 7. Economy Fire & Casualty Company (subsidiary of Kemper Group) 8. Economy Preferred Insurance Company (subsidiary of Kemper Group) 9. Exxon Travel Club, Inc. 10. First Acceptance Insurance Company 11. Founders Insurance Company (aka Illinois Founders Insur ance Company) 12. Illinois Agriculture Association (aka Illinois Farm Bureau) 13. Illinois Farm Bureau (aka Illinois Agriculture Association) 14. Illinois Founders Insurance Company 15. Illinois Trucking Association, Inc. (dba Illinois Transportation Association) ($500) 16. Mid-West Truckers Association, Inc. ($500) 17. Montgomery Ward Insurance Company 18. Motor Club of America Enterprises, Inc. 19. National Motor Club of America, Inc. 20. National Surety Corporation 21. Ocoma Industries, Inc. (dba Amoco Motor Club and BP Motor Club) 22. Safe Driver Motor Club, Inc. 23. Signature s Nationwide Auto Club, Inc. 24. Signature Motor Club, Inc., 25. Signature Motor Club, Inc., FBO Mobil Auto Club 26. Suburban Motor Club 27. Town & Country Motorist Association, Inc. 28. Transit General Insurance Company 29. Unique Insurance Company 30. United Equitable Insurance Company 31. United States Auto Club, Motoring Division, Inc. Verification of the validity of a bond card may be made by contacting David W. Murphy, Illinois Department of Insurance, Springfield, IL; , Trucking Bond Certificates $500 Limit Illinois Trucking Associations, Inc. (D) Individual Bond. Persons arrested for or charged with an offense covered by Rules 526, 527 and 528 who are unable to secure release from custody under these rules may be released by giving individual bond (in the amount required by this article) by those law enforcement officers designated by name or office by the chief judge of the circuit, except when the accused is unable or unwilling to establish his identity or submit to being finger-printed as required by law, or elects release on separate bail under Rule 503(A)(3). Persons required to deposit both bail and driver s license under rule 2

4 526(e) may be released on $1,000 individual bond and their current Illinois driver s license. If authorized by the chief judge of the circuit, individual bonds under this paragraph (d) may be executed by signing the citation or complaint agreeing to comply with its conditions. (E) Alternative Procedure in Minor Cases Counties Other Than Cook. In any case, excluding citations written by local law enforcement in Cook County, in which the bail or bond specified by Rule 526, 527 or 528 does not exceed $200 in United States currency, an accused not required to be fingerprinted may post bond by giving the United States currency to the sworn law enforcement officer. The officer shall provide the accused with a copy of the citation duly noted with the amount of the United States currency posted as bond. The accused shall then be released from custody. In such cases, the officer will deliver the appropriate portions(s) of the ticket along with the United States currency as bond(s) to the clerk of the circuit court or a designated building approved by the issuing law enforcement agency and approved by the receiving law enforcement agency before the end of his or her current tour of duty. NOTICE TO APPEAR Whenever a peace officer is authorized to arrest a person without a warrant, the officer may instead issue to such person a Notice To Appear. The notice shall be in writing; state the name of the person and his address, if known; set forth the nature of the offense; be signed by the officer issuing the notice; and request the person to appear before a court at a certain time and place. Upon failure of the person to appear, a summons or warrant of arrest may be issued. MINIMUM PRESET BAIL AMOUNTS Traffic Offenses. The basic Rule 526(a) presets bail for minor traffic cases at $120. Bail is preset to avoid undue delay when it is not practicable to bring the accused before a judge. Those violations denoted by an asterisk (*) require mandatory court appearance. Those violations denoted by an asterisk (*) are exempt from the provisions of the NONRESIDENT VIOLATOR COM- PACT, and the normal Supreme Court Bail Rule applies. Those violations denoted by the number sign (#) require fingerprinting of the violator. IN EVERY CASE THE PERTINENT ILCS SECTION SHOULD BE READ TO DETERMINE THE PROPER CHARGE AND BAIL. ADDITIONAL SUPREME COURT RULES 1. Appearance Date-Rule 504 The date set by the arresting officer for an accused s first appearance in court shall be not less than 14 days but within 60 days after the date of arrest, whenever practicable. 2. Substitution of Cash Bail-Rule 554 (a) Not sooner than 10 court days after arrest and not later than three court days before the date set for appearance in court, an accused who deposited driver s license or a bond certificate in lieu of cash bail, or who was released on Notice to Appear, promise to comply, or individual bond under Rule 553(d) may recover either his 3

5 license or bond certificate or further secure his release by substituting cash bail in the amount required by this article with the clerk of the circuit court of the county in which the violation occurred; provided, however, that no driver s license required to be deposited under subparagraph (d) of Rule 526 may be recovered under this rule. The clerk may waive the time limits, specified by this rule. (b) In all cases in which a court appearance is not required, under Rule 551, an accused who desires to satisfy the charge but is unwilling to plead guilty may substitute cash bail under paragraph (a) of this rule; in such event, if the accused does not appear on the date set for appearance, or any date to which the case may be continued, it shall be presumed he has consented to the entry of an EX PARTE judgement (see Rule 556(b)). 3. Driver s License in Lieu of or in Addition to Bail-Rule 526(e) In lieu of posting the cash amounts specified (for sections: 3-708, (a), and , of the IVC) an accused must post $1,000 bail and his current Illinois driver s license. Persons who do not possess a valid Illinois driver s license shall post bail in the amounts specified in Rule 526(c) or 525 (d), except than an accused may deposit a approved bond certificate in lieu of bail specified in subparagraph (1) or (8) of 526 (c). 4. Bail Schedule-Ordinance Offenses, Petty Offenses, Business Offenses and Certain Misdemeanors-Rule 528 (a) Offenses punishable by fine not to exceed $1,000. Bail for offenses (other than traffic or conservation offenses), including ordinance violations, punishable only by a fine which does not exceed $1,000, shall be $120. (b) Offenses punishable by fine in excess of $1,000. Bail for offenses (other than traffic or conservation offenses) punishable only by a fine which exceeds $1,000 shall be $1,500. (c) Certain other offenses. Bail for any other offenses, including violation of any ordinance of any unit of local government (other than traffic or conservation offenses), punishable by fine or imprisonment in a penal institution other than the penitentiary, or both, shall be $1,000, as provided in paragraph (d) of this Rule 528, and except that bail for Class C misdemeanors shall be $75. (d) Domestic violence offenses. No bail is established under these rules as provided in Section of the Code of Criminal Procedure of 1963 (725 ILCS 5/110-15) for the offense of domestic battery (720 ILCS 5/12-3.2), a violation of an Order of Protection (720 ILCS 5/12-30), or any similar violation of a local ordinance. Bail for these offenses shall be set by the court pursuant to statute. 5. Required Appearance Rule 551 A court appearance is required for the following: (a) All alleged Class A and B misdemeanor violations of the Illinois Vehicle Code. 4

6 (b) All alleged violations of the following specified sections: Operating without insurance Operating when registration suspended for noninsurance No valid driver s license Violation of classification Operating in violation of license or permit Unlawful use of license or permit Making a false report (b) Speeding-Only when more than 30 mph over the posted limit (a) (h) Passed school bus-loading or unloading Refusal to stop and submit vehicle and load to weighing after being directed to do so by an officer, or removal of load prior to weighing (j) Violation of excess size and weight permit (c) All alleged violations of the Child Passenger Protection Act. (d) Any traffic offense which results in an accident causing the death of any person or injury to any person other than the accused. (e) Conservation offenses for which more than $120 bail is required under Rule 527 or for which civil penalties are required under Section of the Fish and Aquatic Life code or Section 3.5 of the Wildlife code. (f) Offenses arising from multiple charges, as provided in Rule 503. (g) Violations of any ordinance of any unit of local government defining offenses comparable to those specified in subparagraphs (a), (b), (c), (d) and (h) of this Rule 551. (h) Any minor traffic offense where the statutory minimum fine is greater than $95, except those offenses involving truck violations under Rule 526(b)(1) or similar municipal ordinances. TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT BAIL PROCEDURE 625 ILCS 5/6-308 Procedures for Traffic Offenses. (625 ILCS 5/6-308) Sec Procedures for traffic violations.(a) Any person cited for violating this Code or a similar provision of a local ordinance for which a violation is a petty offense as defined by Section of the Unified Code of Corrections, excluding business offenses as defined by Section of the Unified Code of Corrections or a violation of Section or subsection (d) of Section of this Code, shall not be required to post bond to secure bail for his or her release. When required by Illinois Supreme Court Rule, the person shall sign the citation. All other provisions of this Code or similar provisions of local ordinances shall be governed by the bail provisions of the Illinois Supreme Court Rules when it is not practical or feasible to take the person before a judge to have bail set or to avoid undue delay because of the hour or circumstances. Rule 501(g) (g) Promise to Comply. An option available to Illinois residents and residents of other member jurisdictions of the Nonresident Violator Compact of 1977 (625 ILCS 5/6-800 et seq.) to obtain release from 5

7 custody without bail following arrests on view for minor traffic offenses (see 625 ILCS 5/ (a) or 6-308(a)) by signing a written promise to comply with the terms of the Uniform Citation and Complaint (625 ILCS 5/ or 6-308). Residents of Illinois not charged with a petty traffic violation, and nonresidents charged with traffic offenses specified in section (b) of the Illinois Vehicle Code, as amended (625 ILCS (b)), shall not be released on a promise to comply, but must post bail or secure release in accordance with these rules. JURISDICTIONS NOT YET MEMBERS OF THE NONRESIDENT VIOLATOR COMPACT Alaska, California, Michigan, Montana, Oregon, Wisconsin VIOLATIONS FOR DRIVERS UNDER AGE ILCS 5/6-16(a) Prohibited sale of alcohol to a minor 235 ILCS 5/6-20(a) Illegal purchase, acceptance or possession of alcohol by a minor 235 ILCS 5/6-20(c) Altering, defacing identification card to obtain alcohol by a minor 235 ILCS 5/6-20(d) Illegal possession of alcohol by a minor 235 ILCS 5/6-20(e) Illegal consumption of alcohol by a minor 625 ILCS 5/6-107(e) Graduated Driver: unlawful number of passengers 625 ILCS 5/6-107(g) Graduated Driver: more than one passenger under age 20 (see exceptions) 625 ILCS 5/ (b) Graduated Driver: Operating a motor vehicle outside the permitted driving restrictions time while on an instruction permit (see exceptions) 625 ILCS 5/6-110(a-1) Graduated Driver: Operating a motor vehicle outside the permitted driving restriction time while on a GDL (see exceptions) 625 ILCS 5/ Zero tolerance administrative sanction (not a violation) 625 ILCS 5/ (b) Operating a cell phone while driving and under age 19 6

8 OFFENSE CODE INDEX ILLINOIS VEHICLE CODE CHAPTER 625 ILCS 5/ CHAPTER 3-CERTIFICATES OF TITLE AND REGISTRATION OF VEHICLES ARTICLE I-CERTIFICATE OF TITLE Section *3-101 No certificate of title (8001) Failure to transfer title (8002) (c) False odometer certification (8003) 3-113(a) Failure to transfer title-dealer (8004) (#)*3-116(c) Illegal possession of Junking Certificate/Salvage (8006) Certificate, offer to buy or sell, or failure to sub - mit Junk Vehicle Notification-Class 3 felony * (a) Failure to obtain Junking Certificate-Class A (8600) misdemeanor-$1,500 or 10 percent * (b)(1) Failure to obtain Salvage Certificate-Insurance (8601) company-class A misdemeanor-$1,500 or 10 percent * (b)(2) Failure to obtain Salvage Certificate or Junking (8007) Certificate-Certificate of Purchase-Class A misdemeanor-$1,500 or 10 percent * (b)(3) Failure to obtain Salvage Certificate-Lien (8602) holder-class A misdemeanor-$1,500 or 10 percent * (b)(4) Failure to obtain Salvage Certificate-Commer - (8603) cial vehicle-class A misdemeanor-$1,000 or 10 percent (#)* (b)(5) Failure to designate flood vehicle on application (8607) for title-business offense, $1,500 or 10 percent; second or subsequent violation-class 4 felony (#)* (c) Unlawful possession, sale, purchase, disposal (8604) or offer to purchase, sell, dispose or destroy Certificate of Title to any salvage or junk motor vehicle-class 3 felony * (d) Failure to surrender title, Salvage Certificate, (8605) Certificate of Purchase or out-of-state document of ownership-$1,500 or 10 percent; subsequent offense-class 4 felony * (e) Unlawful operation of salvage or junk vehicle- (8606) $1,500 or 10 percent Failure to submit Junk Vehicle Notification (8611) 7

9 ARTICLE IV-REGISTRATION (Compliance with the registration provisions of this Code after apprehension or arrest shall not excuse imposition of the penalties herein provided nor be cause for dismissal of the arrest nor be a basis for setting aside a conviction. 625 ILCS 5/3-834(b)) No valid registration (8015) 3-401(d) Failure to obtain appropriate registration-second (8014) division (Bond equals fine; see 3-401(d)(2)) No bill of lading, manifest or dispatch record (8016) Failure to carry registration card or reciprocity (8017) permit 3-413(a) No front/rear registration plate (8018) 3-413(b) Improper display license plates/sticker 3-413(b) Improper display (tinted or obscured plastic covers) 3-413(c) Improper display of drive-away permit 3-413(e) Improper display of truck-mounted camper body registration plate 3-413(f) Operating vehicle with expired registration (8019) plates or registration sticker 3-413(f) Permitting the operation of vehicle displaying expired Illinois registration 3-413(g) Operating vehicle with registration cover 3-413(h) Unlawful sale of registration cover 3-413(j) Unlawful concealment of registration-class A misdemeanor Failure to notify Secretary of State of change of (8020) address/name Failure to apply for lost, stolen or damaged (8021) card, plates or registration sticker ARTICLE V-TRANSFER OF REGISTRATION Failed to surrender registration to SOS or to (8025) transfer registration upon transferring ownership of a vehicle to another ARTICLE VI-SPECIAL PLATES Illegal use of special plates by dealer, trans- (8030) porter, manufacturer or repossessor Failure to maintain records-dealer plate record (8031) ARTICLE VII-OTHER OFFENSES AGAINST REGISTRATION Operating vehicle without evidence of registra- (2455) tion Inoperable odometer under mileage tax plates (2455) 8

10 *3-702 Operating vehicle when registration is revoked, (2460) cancelled or suspended-class A misdemea - nor, $1,500 or 10 percent. Does not include suspended for no insurance see Improper use of registration or title (2465) Failure to surrender cancelled, suspended or (8037) revoked registration *3-707 Operating uninsured motor vehicle-driver s (2461) license or $2,000 cash or 10 percent *3-708 Operating motor vehicle when registrat ion (2462) sus pended for no insurance-driver s li cense plus $1,000 or $3,000 cash or 10 percent *3-710 Displaying false insurance card-class A misde- (2463) meanor-driver s license or $2,000 or 10 percent ARTICLE VIII-REGISTRATION AND LICENSE FEES 3-809(c) Illegal operation of fertilizer spreader-over 30 (8041) mph, over 12-foot-wide or over 36,000 pounds gross Filing false return-mileage plate owner-perjury (8043) (see criminal code) Failure to comply with title and registration laws (8044) of the Illinois Vehicle Code ARTICLE IX REMITTANCE AGENTS Class B Misdemeanor $1,000 or 10 percent *3-903 Unlicensed remittance agent (8047) *3-910 Failure to maintain records-remittance agent (8048) *3-915 Remittance agents-violations (8049) 9

11 License Plate Chart Attachment A Flat Weight Trailer Letter Maximum Letter Maximum Des. Gross Wt. Des. Gross Wt. B 18,000 lbs. TA 13,000 lbs. D 12,000 lbs. TB 15,000 lbs. F 16,000 lbs. TC 18,000 lbs. H 26,000 lbs. TD 10,000 lbs. I 28,000 lbs. TE 14,000 lbs. K 32,000 lbs. TG 20,000 lbs. L 36,000 lbs. TK 32,000 lbs. N 40,000 lbs. TL 36,000 lbs. P 45,000 lbs. TN 40,000 lbs. Q 50,000 lbs. R 54,999 lbs. S 59,500 lbs. T 64,000 lbs. V 73,280 lbs. X 77,000 lbs. Z 80,000 lbs. Farm Mileage Truck Farm Trailer Letter Maximum Letter Maximum Letter Maximum Des. Gross Wt. Des. Gross Wt. Des. Gross Wt. Power Unit MD 12,000 lbs. VF 16,000 lbs. VDC 10,000 lbs. MF 16,000 lbs. VG 20,000 lbs. VDE 14,000 lbs. MG 20,000 lbs. VH 24,000 lbs. VDG 20,000 lbs. MH 24,000 lbs. VJ 28,000 lbs. VDJ 28,000 lbs. MJ 28,000 lbs. VK 32,000 lbs. VDL 36,000 lbs. MK lbs. VL 36,000 lbs. ML 36,000 lbs. VP 45,000 lbs. MN 40,000 lbs. VR 54,999 lbs. MP 45,000 lbs. VT 64,000 lbs. MR 54,999 lbs. VV 73,280 lbs. MS 59,500 lbs. VX 77,000 lbs. MT 64,000 lbs. VZ 80,000 lbs. MV 73,280 lbs. MX 77,000 lbs. MZ 80,000 lbs. Trailer ME 14,000 Ibs. MF 20,000 lbs. NM 36,000 lbs. AM 40,000 lbs. 10

12 CHAPTER 4 ANTI-THEFT LAWS CHAPTER 4 VIOLATIONS ARE CRIMINAL OFFENSES. FELONY BONDS SET BY JUDGE. OFFENSES RELATED TO MOTOR VEHICLES Misdemeanor-$1,500 or 10 percent; second or subsequent conviction-class 4 Felony (#)*4-102(a)(1) Damage to a vehicle or unlawful removal of any (0720) part of a vehicle (#)*4-102(a)(2) Unlawful tampering with a vehicle, unlawful entry of a vehicle or unlawful attempt to set it in motion (#)*4-102(a)(3) Failure to report vehicle as unclaimed-garage repair, parking or storage operators OFFENSES RELATED TO MOTOR VEHICLES Class 2 Felony (#)*4-103(a)(1) Unlawful possession, sale, disposal or con- (8065) cealment of a vehicle or essential part knowing it to have been stolen or converted (#)*4-103(a)(2) Unlawful removal, altering, defacing, destroying, (8066) falsifying or forging a manufacturer s identification number of a vehicle or an engine number of a vehicle or any essential part of a vehicle having an identification number (#)*4-103(a)(3) Unlawful concealment or misrepresentation of (8067) the identity of vehicle or any essential part (#)*4-103(a)(4) Unlawful possession, sale, purchase or dispos- (8068) al of a vehicle or any essential part knowing the identification number thereon has been removed or falsified (#)*4-103(a)(5) Unlawful possession, purchase, sale or ex- (8069) change of a manufacturer s identification number plate, mylar sticker, federal label, State Police reassignment plate, Secretary of State assigned plate, rosette rivet or facsimile of such which has not been attached to or has been removed from the original or assigned vehicle (#)*4-103(a)(6) False report to police of theft or conversion of a vehicle (#)* Vehicle theft conspiracy (8070) AGGRAVATED OFFENSES RELATING TO MOTOR VEHICLES Class 1 Felony (#)* (a)(1) Unlawful possession of 3 or more vehicles, 3 or (8072) more essential parts from different vehicles, to receive, possess, conceal, sell, dispose of or transfer those vehicles or parts knowing they are stolen or converted 11

13 (#)* (a)(2) Unlawful possession of 3 or more vehicles, 3 or (8073) more essential parts from different vehicles knowing them to have the identification number removed or falsified (#)* (a)(3) Unlawful possession of a vehicle having a (8074) value of $25,000 or greater knowing it to have been stolen or converted (#)* (a)(4) A person to knowingly possess, buy, sell, (8081) exchange or give away 3 or more manufacturers identification plates, mylar stickers, federal certificate labels, State Police reassignment plates, Secretary of State assigned plates or a facsimile of those items which have not been attached to or have been removed from an original or assigned vehicle (#)* (a)(5) Unlawful possession of any second division (8082) vehicle, semi-trailer, farm tractor, tow truck, rescue squad vehicle, medical transport vehicle, fire engine, special mobile equipment, dump truck, truck mounted transit mixer, crane or the engine, transmission, cab, cab clip or vehicle cowl knowing it to be stolen or converted (#)* (a)(6) Unlawful possession of a vehicle which is (8083) owned or operated by a law enforcement agency knowing it to be stolen or converted (#)* (a)(7) A person driving a vehicle which is known to be (8084) stolen or converted or who is transporting a vehicle or essential part knowing it to be stolen who willfully refuses to stop or attempts to evade or elude (#)* (a)(8) A person to make a false report of the theft or (8091) conversion of 3 or more vehicles within a one year period (#)* Organizer of an aggravated vehicle theft con- (8097) spiracy-class X felony OFFENSES RELATING TO POSSESSION OF TITLES AND REGISTRATION (#)*4-104(a)(1) Unlawful possession of title documents, regis- (8075) tration card, license plate, registration sticker or temporary registration permit, whether blank or otherwise-class 4 felony (#)*4-104(a)(2) Unlawful possession of title documents without (8076) complete assignment-class 4 felony (#)*4-104(a)(3) Unlawful possession of title documents, tempo- (8077) rary registration permit, registration card, license plate or registration sticker knowing such documents) to have been stolen, converted, altered, forged or counterfeited- Class 2 felony (#)*4-104(a)(4) Unlawful display on a vehicle of any title docu- (8078) ments, temporary registration permit, registration card, license plate or registration sticker not authorized by law for use on such 12

14 vehicle-$1,500 or 10 percent; second or subsequent conviction-class 4 felony (#)*4-104(a)(5) Unlawful use or possession of title document or (8079) evidence of registration-$1,500 or 10 percent; second or subsequent conviction- Class 4 felony 4-104(a)(6) Failure to mail or deliver any title documents or (8080) evidence of registration-petty offense OFFENSES RELATING TO DISPOSITION OF TITLES AND REGISTRATION Class 2 Felony (#)*4-105(a)(1) Unlawful altering, forging or counterfeiting of (8085) any title documents or evidence of registration (#)*4-105(a)(2) Unlawful altering forging or counterfeiting of an (8086) assignment of any title documents (#)*4-105(a)(3) Unlawful altering, forging or counterfeiting of (8087) the release of a security interest on any title document (#)*4-105(a)(4) Unlawful altering, forging or counterfeiting of (8088) any application for title documents or evidence of registration (#)*4-105(a)(5) Use of false or fictitious name or address, or (8089) use of stolen, altered, forged or counterfeit manufacturer s identification number, or failure to disclose a security interest, or concealment of any material fact on any application for title documents or evidence of registration, or fraud in connection with any application under this Act (#)*4-105(a)(6) Unlawful possession of blank Illinois Certificate (8090) of Title paper (#)*4-105(a)(7) Unlawful surrender of title in exchange for title (8092) deleting or changing SV, Rebuilt, odometer or other information OFFENSES RELATING TO DELETION OR FALSIFICATION OF INFORMATION ON TITLE DOCUMENTS (#)* (a)(1) Title fraud by deletion of SV, Rebuilt or other (8093) notation-$1,500 or 10 percent (#)* (a)(2) Title fraud by falsification of odometer reading- (8094) $1,500 or 10 percent (#)*4-105(a)(3) Title fraud by alteration or deletion of any infor- (8095) mation required on a title document-$1,500 or 10 percent; second or subsequent conviction-class 3 felony (#)* Attempt-as defined in 720 ILCS 5/8-4 as (8096) amended, abandonment, lost, stolen, unclaimed vehicles *4-201 Abandonment of vehicles prohibited (8098) 13

15 CHAPTER 5-DEALERS, TRANSPORTERS, WRECKERS AND REBUILDERS Class A Misdemeanor $1,500 or 10 percent ARTICLE I-DEALERS *5-101 Unlicensed new vehicle dealer (8100) *5-102 Unlicensed used vehicle dealer (8101) * Sale or exhibition without a permit * Failure to disclose Rebuilt Vehicle-second or subsequent violation-class 4 felony *5-106 Violation Sunday closing law-new car dealer/ (8110) Used car dealer ARTICLE II-TRANSPORTERS Class A Misdemeanor $1,500 or 10 percent *5-201 No in-transit plates (8102) *5-202(a) Failure to display distinctive tow truck plates- (8111) wrecker/tow truck (three plates issued) *5-202(e) Failure to display tow truck plate (towed vehi- (8112) cle) ARTICLE III-AUTOMOTIVE PARTS RECYCLERS, SCRAP PROCESSORS, REPAIRERS AND REBUILDERS Class A Misdemeanor $1,500 or 10 percent *5-301 Unlicensed automotive parts recycler, scrap (8103) processor, repairer or rebuilder *5-302 Unlicensed out-of-state salvage vehicle buyer (8108) ARTICLE IV-RECORDS REQUIRED TO BE KEPT Class B Misdemeanor; second or subsequent violation(s)-class A Misdemeanor; with intent to defraud the public-class 2 Felony * (a)(1) Failure to maintain records (new and used) (8128) * (a)(2) Failure to maintain records (essential parts) (8129) * (a)(3) Failure to maintain records (junk vehicles) (8130) * (a)(4) Failure to maintain records (rebuilt vehicle) (8131) * (a-1) Failure to maintain records (temporary registration permits) * (b) Failure to maintain records (no separate (8132) entries) * (c) Failure to maintain records (acquisition/ (8133) disposition) * (d) Failure to maintain records (failed to inspect (8134) vehicle) 14

16 * (f) Failure to maintain documentary evidence (8135) (vehicle or essential parts) * (g) Failure to maintain records (transporter) (8138) * (h) Failure to notify Secretary of State of transfer of (8139) or going out of business * Failure to maintain records (scrap processor) (8160) (#)* (f) Failure to record information/retain documen- (8140) tary proof/marked false entries-class 2 felony Class A Misdemeanor-$1,500 or 10 percent *5-403(2) Unlawful notification of pending inspection (8106) * Failure to maintain inventory system (8146) ARTICLE VII-VEHICLE AUCTIONEERS (#)*5-701 Unlicensed vehicle auctioneer-class 3 felony (8107) CHAPTER 6-THE ILLINOIS DRIVER LICENSING LAW ARTICLE I-ISSUANCE OF LICENSES, EXPIRATION AND RENEWAL *6-101 No valid driver s license: Expired less than one (2470) year-petty offense-bond not required All other cases $1,500 or 10 percent DRIVERʼS LICENSES OR PERMITS ISSUED TO PERSONS UNDER AGE 18 ARE INVALID: Friday and Saturday, 11 p.m. - 6 a.m. Sunday through Thursday, 10 p.m. - 6 a.m. (see for exceptions) *6-104(a) Violation of classification-second division vehi- (8120) cle, motorcycle or motor-driven cycle *6-104(b) Violation of classification-school bus, transport (8121) ing persons for hire in second division vehicle *6-104(e) Violation of classification-illinois Office of (8123) Education school bus driver permit *6-104(e) Violation of classification-religious organization (8124) bus driver *6-104(f) Violation of classification-transporting elderly/ (8125) organizational activities (a) Permitting unauthorized person to drive school (8127) bus-business offense 6-107(e) Graduated Driver: unlawful number of passen- (8117) gers 15

17 6-107(f) Graduated Driver: failure to secure passengers (8118) under age 19 in properly adjusted and fastened safety belt 6-107(g) Graduated Driver: more than one passenger (8117) under age 20 (see exceptions) Driver s license not on person-failure to display (8126) *6-113 Operating in violation of restriction or restricted (8136) driving permit Failure to notify Secretary of State of change of (8137) address Prohibited use of driver s license information ARTICLE II-CANCELLATION, SUSPENSION, OR REVOCATION OF LICENSES AND PERMITS Violations of BAIID, Monitoring Driving Device Permit (MDDP) and Related Offenses Operating a vehicle not equipped with a BAIID required by MDDP; charge under Class 4 felony Driving while license suspended under statutory summary suspension ( ); driver declined MDDP; charge under Class 4 felony (a) Operating a vehicle not equipped with a BAIID when driver s license is so restricted (a-5) Circumventing BAIID; requesting/soliciting another person (b) Circumventing BAIID; starting vehicle or providing breath for MDDP holder (c) Circumventing operation of or tampering with BAIID (d) Knowingly and unlawfully renting/leasing/ lending vehicle without a BAIID to an MDDP holder (d) Failure to notify person intending to rent/lease/ lend vehicle of BAIID requirement *6-210 Operating on foreign license while revoked or (8145) suspended; charge under ARTICLE III-VIOLATION OF LICENSE PROVISIONS *6-301 Unlawful use of license or permit-class A mis- (2490) demeanor-$1,500 or 10 percent; second or subsequent violation-class 4 felony * Fictitious or altered driver s license or permit- (8141) Class A misdemeanor (#)* Issuing any fictitious license or permit-class 4 (8142) felony (#)* Fraudulent driver s license or permit-ciass 4 (8158) felony (#)* Possession of driver s license making imple- (8144) ment-class 4 felony 16

18 (#)* Possession of stolen driver s license making (8144) implement-class 4 felony (#)* Possession/use of device(s) to read encrypted information on Illinois driver s license-class 4 felony Advertising/distributing materials related to fraudulent driver s license or permits-class B misdemeanor (#)*6-302 Making false application or affidavit (perjury)- (8156) Class 4 felony (#)*6-302 To knowingly assist or accept documents con- (8156) taining false information of the purpose of making application-class 4 felony *6-303 Misdemeanor driving with suspended or (2480) revoked license-$1,500 or 10 percent (Note: see provisions for towing/impounding) (#)*6-303 Driving while license suspended under statu - tory summary suspension ( ); driver declined MDDP-Class 4 felony (#)*6-303 Operating a vehicle not equipped with a BAIID required by MDDP-Class 4 felony (#)*6-303(d) Second or subsequent conviction while under suspension for specific charges-class 4 felony (Note: provisions for towing and impounding or seizing vehicle 720 ILCS 5/36-1 and 36-2, vehicle of violator) Permitting unauthorized person to drive (8151) * Permitting a driver under the influence of alco- (8149) hol or drugs to drive-$1,500 or 10 percent 6-305(b) Unlawful renting of motor vehicle (8152) 6-305(c) Unlawful renting of motorcycle (8153) 6-305(d) Failure to keep records (8154) * Unlawful subleasing of motor vehicle-class A (8157) misdemeanor ARTICLE IV-COMMERCIAL DRIVER TRAINING SCHOOLS Unlicensed commercial driver training school (8155) ARTICLE V-UNIFORM COMMERCIAL DRIVER LICENSE ACT *6-501 Operating commercial motor vehicle with (8166) more than one license-class A misdemeanor-$1,500 or 10 percent *6-506 Allowing unauthorized operation of a CMV (8167) (Employer)-Class A misdemeanor-$1,500 or 10 percent *6-507(a) Improper operation of commercial motor vehicle; (8168) no Commercial Driver s License; no proper endorsement; improper classification-class A misdemeanor-$1,500 or 10 percent 17

19 COMMERCIAL DRIVERʼS LICENSE ENDORSEMENTS T: Double/Triple trailer P: Passenger Carrying Vehicles N: Tank Vehicle H: Hazardous Materials X: Combination; Tank Vehicle/Hazardous Materials *6-507(b) Driving with revoked, suspended, cancelled, dis- (8169) qualified or in violation of out-of-service order- Class A misdemeanor-$1,500 or 10 percent Operating a CMV without a medical examiner s certificate Failure to notify Secretary of State of change of (8170) name or domiciliary address within 10 days; failure to obtain a corrected CDL after 30 days-petty offense Failure to obtain Illinois CDL within 30 days of (8171) becoming a resident-petty offense Operating CMV with alcohol in system-petty (8172) offense Driving CMV while texting Driving CMV while using hand-held mobile telephone CHAPTER 15, ILCS, ILLINOIS IDENTIFICATION CARD VIOLATIONS 15 ILCS 335/14 Unlawful use of Identification Card-Class A (8179) misdemeanor 15 ILCS 335/14A Fictitious or unlawfully altered Identification (8180) Card-Class 4 felony 15 ILCS 335/14B Fraudulent Identification Card-Class 4 felony (8182) 15 ILCS 335/14C Making false application or affidavit-class 4 (8187) felony (Note: Officer should read the specific section to determine the proper violation.) CHAPTER 7-ILLINOIS SAFETY RESPONSIBILITY LAW ARTICLE IV-VIOLATIONS OF PROVISIONS OF FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY ACT *7-402 Failure to surrender license and registration- (8185) financial responsibility-$1,500 or 10 percent *7-403 Forged proof of financial responsibility-$1,500 (8186) or 10 percent (#)*7-603 Altering, making, selling or providing an invalid (8189) or counterfeit insurance card-class 4 felony 18

20 CHAPTER 8-MOTOR VEHICLES USED FOR TRANSPORTATION OF PASSENGERS *8-115 Failure to display financial responsibility certifi- (8195) cate-$1,500 or 10 percent CHAPTER 11-RULES OF THE ROAD ARTICLE II-OBEDIENCE TO TRAFFIC LAWS * Disobeying police officer, fireman or school (8200) crossing guard *11-204(a) Fleeing or attempting to elude police officer- (2495) $2,000, 10 percent or surrender of driver s license (#)* Aggravated fleeing or attempting to elude (8201) police officer-class 4 felony (Note: provisions for seizing vehicle, 720 ILCS 5/36-1 and 36-2, vehicle of violator) ARTICLE III-TRAFFIC SIGNS AND SIGNALS (a) Disobeying traffic control device (8205) (b) Avoiding traffic control device (8206) Disobeying traffic control signal (8207) Disobeying pedestrian control signal (8208) (b) Disobeying lane control signal (8209) Disobeying flashing yellow light/red light (8210) * Displaying unauthorized sign, signal or marking (8211) * Interfering with official traffic control device (8212) * Unlawful use of or damage to highways, appur- (8203) tenances and structures * Unlawful possession of traffic control sign (8214) ARTICLE IV-ACCIDENTS (#)*11-401(a) Leaving scene of accident-death or injury- (8220) Class 4 felony (#)*11-401(b) Leaving scene/failure to report death or injury (8221) within 1/2 hour-felony varies with aggravation * Leaving scene of accident-vehicle damage- (8222) Class A misdemeanor, $1,500 * Failure to give aid or information-class A mis- (8226) demeanor * Failure to give information after striking unat- (8223) tended vehicle or other property Failure to report accident to police authority (8224) * False information required reporting-class C (8225) misdemeanor 19

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