A while back I was on supervision in McHenry county, got a ticket in Cook (Barrington Hills), went to court and watched. The Judge told everyone that if they were already on supervision they could not ask for supervision, and if they did ask the fine would be greater, and since you need to admit guilt as part of asking for supervision, you would then have admitted to guilt. The Judge would call a name, you say here and stand up, the prosecuter would look at a computer printout and shake yes (you already had a ticket) or no (you don't have a ticket in 6 months). He shook his head no so I knew they didn't know I was already on supervision in McHenry. Judge asked how I pleaded, I asked for supervision and got it. I was still on supervision in McHenry county.
Last edited by Need4Speed; 08-06-2003 at 01:07 PM.