The Illinois statute prohibits a person from possessing alcohol.
You can read the statue here:http://www.ilga.gov/legislation/ilcs/fulltext.asp?DocName=023500050K6-20
While the .000 tests results show that your daughter did not consume any alcohol the do not necessarily mean that she was not in possession of alcohol. That is why the officer most likely charged her.
If she contest the charge in court she can point her .000 test results to show that she had not consumed the alcohol. If another passenger had a positive test result that the alcohol that was found belonged to that person and not your daughter. Hopefully she has a reasonable judge.
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