No. 2--05--0484 Filed 3/12/07
APPELLATE COURT OF ILLINOIS
THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE ) Appeal from the Circuit Court
OF ILLINOIS, ) of Du Page County.
Plaintiff-Appellee, ) No. 04--CF--2514
DAVID A. DOLL, ) Honorable
) Robert J. Anderson,
Defendant-Appellant. ) Judge, Presiding.
JUSTICE BYRNE delivered the opinion of the court:
Following a bench trial, defendant, David A. Doll, was convicted of unlawful restraint (720
ILCS 5/10--3(a) (West 2004)) and sentenced to six years' imprisonment. Because defendant was
convicted of unlawful restraint of a minor, defendant was required to register as a sex offender
pursuant to the Sex Offender Registration Act (Registration Act) (730 ILCS 150/2(B)(1.5), 3(a)
(West 2004)). He appeals, contending that (1) the State failed to prove him guilty of unlawful
restraint beyond a reasonable doubt; and (2) the Registration Act is unconstitutional as applied to
him because his crime did not involve any sexual motivation or component. For the reasons stated,
we affirm his conviction and uphold the constitutionality of the Registration Act as it applies to him.
Defendant was charged by indictment with child abduction (720 ILCS 5/10--5(b)(10) (West
2004)), unlawful restraint (720 ILCS 5/10--3(a) (West 2004)), and sexual exploitation of a child (720
ILCS 5/11--9.1(a--5) (West 2004)). The charges arose from an incident that occurred on June 29,