CHICAGO (CBS) — Illinois is targeting scofflaws who park illegally in spaces reserved for people with disabilities.

It’s the state’s 14th annual Holiday Parking Crackdown.

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State Police will conduct parking stings at shopping malls throughout the holiday season.

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The fine for parking in an accessible parking space without a disability placard or disability license plates can be up to $350.

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Use someone else’s or use a fraudulent placard, and your license could be revoked for a year and you could face a $2,500 fine.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff