A state representative who was pulled over for suspected drunk driving earlier in May is facing charges that could jeopardize his position. Illinois Representative Steve Reick was arrested in Springfield on May 1. He was slated to make his first court appearance on May 30, where his attorney will begin the process of presenting a DUI defense.
For the second time in just over a month, a state representative is under fire for alleged drunk driving. Representative Steven Reick was arrested by Illinois State Police in the early morning of May 2, and is now facing multiple charges, including DUI. Reick is the second state official recently charged with drunk driving, after the March 29 charges against Representative Kam Buckner.
If you are like many these days, your time is precious. You have many things to do and few hours in a day. A disruption in your schedule can send your whole day off track. For example, if a train or school bus slows you down, you may feel the need to make up time to get to your appointments.