In Episode 319 (Duration 35:33), Anthony Cameron sits down with us to talk about how police can enforce a warrant for a suspect's blood. [Read more…]
Illinois Evidence Cases | The Latest in Illinois Evidence Case Law
As far as Illinois evidence is concerned, there are two heavily litigated issues occurring throughout Illinois criminal courts. With confessions the big question is whether or not the police coerced the confession. Errors with other crimes evidence continues to be a huge source for findings of ineffective assistance of counsel. If you are an Illinois criminal litigator you have to also hunt down the spattering of cases dealing with eyewitness identification, expert witness, prior inconsistent statements and much much more.
Download Evidence Case List
I've put together a summary of every Illinois Evidence case within the last two years. The cases include a one-line summary. You'll have a quick idea if the case is useful to you or not. If it looks interesting, you can click through to the actual case. Download this Recent Evidence Case List now.
Below you'll find all my most recent Evidence podcasts and articles...
The most Honorable Judge Robert Steigmann of the Fourth Appellate District provides valuable insight and lessons on proper impeachment, prior inconsistent statements, and 725 ILCS 5/115-10.1. [Read more…]
Clinical Professor of Law Karen L. Daniel and Director of the Northwestern Center on Wrongful Convictions recently sat down with the Criminal Nuggets podcast. [Read more…]
Assistant Professor Shari Berkowitz from California State University Dominguez Hills sits down with the Criminal Nuggets to talk about problems with eyewitness memories in a criminal case. [Read more…]
In Podcast Episode 236 (Duration 36:19) Paul Meyers of the Kane County Public Defender's Office does his best to finally set me straight on the intricacies and interplay between impeachment, substantive evidence, and prior inconsistent statements. [Read more…]
Recently, appellate Judge Steigmann form the Fourth Appellate District Court bench slapped the entire Illinois criminal law bar for repeatedly making the same trial mistake. [Read more…]