People v. Crowder, 2018 IL App (1st) 161226 (November). Episode 564 (Duration 9:49) Convict grabs his dad’s gun when 3 big dudes start punching them.
People v. Gullens, 2017 IL App (3d) 160668 (October). Episode 429 (Duration 11:50) Fundamental fairness demands that this defendant be allowed to finish his conditional discharge rather than go to prison for possessing a gun for only 10 minutes.
People v. Collins, 2016 IL App (1st) 143422 (June). Episode 204 (Duration 5:31) Assuming the codefendant (who was the shooter) was a really bad dude and did threaten the defendant, exactly how imminent does the potential harm have to be?
People v. Boston, 2016 IL App (1st) 133497 (May). Episode 192 (Duration 5:42) Was it error for trial court to deny defendant the necessity instruction for possessing a shank in jail when he could prove he was stabbed and in danger?