APPELLATE COURT OF ILLINOIS, FOURTH DISTRICT
Illinois, Petitioner-Appellee, v.
R.E.M., Jr., Respondent-Appellant)
514 N.E.2d 593, 161 Ill. App. 3d 369, 112 Ill. Dec. 930
Appeal from the Circuit Court of Piatt County; the Hon. John P. Shonkwiler, Judge, presiding. 1987.IL.1512
JUSTICE McCULLOUGH delivered the opinion of the court. SPITZ, P.J., and KNECHT, J., concur.
DECISION OF THE COURT DELIVERED BY THE HONORABLE JUDGE MCCULLOUGH
The respondent minor was adjudicated delinquent and placed on probation in July of 1985. On March 4, 1986, respondent's probation was modified. On October 30, 1986, following a hearing on the State's motion to revoke, the circuit court of Piatt County found respondent in violation of the modified probation order. The case proceeded to Dispositional hearing, and on January 29, 1987, the respondent was ordered committed to the Department of Corrections for a term of 18 months.
On appeal, the respondent maintains that the failure of the court to provide him with a certificate specifically outlining the conditions of probation render the court's order void. We affirm.
On July 1, 1985, respondent admitted to the allegations of a delinquency petition and was placed on probation. The probation order filed with the court specifically listed the mandatory conditions of probation and further enumerated the following rehabilitative measures:
"Maintain mandatory school attendance with no unexcused absence.
Undergo substance abuse screen and counseling as may be directed by the probation office.
Pay proportionate restitution as to be determined by the court."
The State subsequently moved to revoke probation alleging that respondent had refused to obtain drug-alcohol counseling and had missed school. On March 4, 1986, respondent's probation was amended. The order modifying probation provided that in addition ...