Defendant was charged with DUI Damage to Property or Another and driving in willful wanton disregard for safety that causes damage to the property of another. The only damaged regarding the charges was to the Defendant's own vehicle. The State Charged DUI Damage to Property of Another and reckless disregard on the theory that a bank held a lien on the vehicle. The Court of Appeals held that a bank lien does not make it the owner. The Defendant's conviction, as to these charges, was reversed. Read Opinion Below:
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