People v. McArthur, 2018 IL App (1st) 150626 (June). Episode 515 (Duration 8:15) 17 year old held for 73 hours before a probable cause hearing nonetheless gave a voluntary confession.
People v. Lewis, 2018 IL App (4th) 150637 (April). Episode 514 (Duration 6:27) It’s within the court’s full discretion to bring the jury back into the courtroom to view recorded evidence after deliberation has already begun.
People v. Bell, 2018 IL App (1st) 153373 (June). Episode 513 (Duration 7:40) This UUW provision in a park is found constitutional.
People v. Green, 2018 IL App (1st) 143874 (June). Episode 512 (Duration 6:09) Another gun provision is declared unconstitutuional (this version was in effect before conceal and carry changes).
People v. Vara, 2018 IL 121823 (June). Episode 511 (Duration 8:45) Supreme Court says appellate courts don’t have jurisdiction to fix improper fines imposed by the circuit clerk.
People v. Burchell, 2018 IL App (5th) 170079 (April). Episode 510 (Duration 9:59) State’s SORA complaint was insufficient.
In re O.S., 2018 IL App (1st) 171765 (June). Episode 509 (Duration 7:03) Can the odor of weed still justify a traffic stop even after the cannabis legislation?
Carpenter v. United States, SCOTUS June 2018. Episode 508 (Duration 17:52) Police need a warrant to capture your CSLI.
This is the June 2018 Illinois criminal case law audio round-up (the fast case law summary). Episode 507 (Duration 21:03)
In re Maurice J., 2018 IL App (1st) 172123 (June). Episode 506 (Duration 8:18) Officer not knowing the traffic law he says he was enforcing is not the same as being reasonably confused about the law.