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I was arrested for a DUI in IL, however I went to court and it was reduced to a Reckless Driving with Court Supervision. I am now in grad school on my way to becoming a teacher. A requirement for this is to submit to a fingerprint-based criminal background check and I am not sure what if to answer "yes" or "no" to being convicted any crime upon my circumstances. "Convictions include all felony or misdemeanor convictions. Convictions of driving while intoxicated or under the influence (DUI), and driving on a revoked or suspended must be reported.But, convictions that resulted in sentences of supervision in Illinois or traffic offenses other than DUI or driving on a revoked or suspended license should not be reported." Is my offense considered a misdemeanor or a supervision?
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