Constructive Possession Definition In Criminal Cases Chain Of Custody Definition In Illinois Criminal Possession Archives Field Tests To Prove Cannabis People v. Hagberg, 192 Ill.2d 29 (2000) (Illinois Supreme Court says a valid field test can be used to prove cannabis) In Hagberg, the court held that although drug field tests could be a sufficient […]
In Illinois the offense of mob action is the lowest level felony a person could be charged with. The exact language in the criminal code says that: “A person commits mob action when he or she engages in any of the following: (1) the knowing or reckless use of force or violence disturbing the public […]
Being an armed habitual criminal in Illinois is actually a crime. The essence of this charge is unlawful possession of a firearm by someone who has a pretty serious and extensive criminal history.
The criminal charge of leaving the scene of an accident is covered under 625 ILCS 5/11-402. The law says a motorist in Illinois has an obligation to remain at the scene of an auto accident and share information. The code says,
Assault vs Battery | What is the difference between assault and battery? In Illinois assault and battery are two completely different crimes. There is no single crime known as “assault and battery.”