“Reasonable Inquiry” means discussion with the minor and should the minor choose to speak with the officer, a bona fide attempt to make contact with any person who, based upon what the minor relates, could corroborate the existence of a defense as set forth in subsection (c).(f) It is unlawful for a parent, legal guardian, custodian, or any other person to knowingly allow or assist a minor in his care, custody, or control to violate subsections (a) or (b); (g) It is unlawful for any person knowingly or intentionally to provide untruthful, false or intentionally misleading information to an officer conducting a reasonable inquiry into subsection (c) defenses as required by subsection (e).Some may say Quincy is a smaller, less visible city in the Midwest… In fact, that is exactly what one visitor to our endearing area said.
In lieu of the social security number, the Secretary may in his discretion substitute a federal tax number or other distinctive number.
A driver's license issued may, in the discretion of the Secretary, include a suitable photograph of a type prescribed by the Secretary.
Offerings include ceramics, drawing, painting, fibers, and mixed media classes! Students enrolled in free/reduced lunch programs are eligible, or recommendations from teachers or administrators are also accepted.
Please contact the Art Center for more information or to see if your child qualifies. Saturday, February 25 7 - 10 pm Click here to purchase your tickets now! Art patrons who have commissioned original work attend for free.
I know from our travels that we were more than pleased with Quincy and were amazed by this smaller hidden gem on the banks of the Mississippi.
The Quincy Civic Music Association presents the world-renowned Vienna Choir Boys at the QJHS Morrison Theatre on Wednesday, Feb. This concert is free for area students (including most area colleges) and for adults.
See the unexpected when you visit the Quincy, Illinois area.
Nestled on the banks of the mighty Mississippi, Quincy is alive with history, architecture, the arts and nature.
(3) The minor is participating in, going directly to, or returning from any of the following: (d) A citation for violation of subsection (a) and (b) may be issued by a police officer only if the officer reasonably believes that a violation has occurred and none of the absolute, affirmative defenses in subsection (c) is applicable.
(e) A police officer considering an arrest for subsections (a) and (b) must make fair and reasonable inquiry into whether any of the defenses in subsection (c) pertain to the minor that the officer might detain or investigate for a violation of subsection (a) or (b) before issuing a citation.
Prosecution under this subsection (g) shall not preclude an additional prosecution under City or State penal provision for interfering with an officer or obstruction of justice.