Reporting from WUIS' Rachel Otwell used in this report.
The Illinois Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday on just how bad one has to drive before police are justified in stopping to check for Driving Under the Influence, or DUI.
Dennis Hackett was driving in Joliet when his car twice crossed "slightly" into another lane. A sheriff's deputy saw it, followed the driver for a while and eventually pulled him over.
Illinois Supreme Court to announce new policy allowing cameras in trial courts
The new policy would allow cameras in trial courts on an experimental and limited basis.
Spokesman Joe Tybor says the court will make its announcement today.
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