Scott’s Law in Illinois is the requirement that drivers slow down and move over when police cars or other emergency vehicles are stopped on the roadway.
People v. Petty, 2020 IL App (3d) 180011 (March). Episode 749 (Duration 13:11) Another bad stipulation leads to a reversal of an Aggravated DUI involving a death and 9 year sentence.
People v. Althoff, 2020 IL App (2d) 180993 (January). Episode 746 (Duration 6:52) No discovery violation where it was quite clear that the video was never recorded.
People v. Cox, 2020 IL App (2d) 171004 (February). Episode 743 (Duration 6:35) Standing outside a truck near the driver’s door while the truck is running is actual physical control.
City of Highland Park v. Bryan, 2019 IL App (2d) 180662 (May). Episode 742 (Duration 11:02) This case really highlights the difference between the sworn report and the notice that is given to a driver arrested for DUI.
People v. Raupp, 2020 IL App (2d) 190309 (February). Episode 741 (Duration 13:23) Obvious scrivener’s error did not make the sworn report a nullity.
People v. Eubanks, 2019 IL 123525 (December). Episode 714 (Duration 23:37) 626 ILCS 11-501.2(c)(2) is constitutional and blood may be drawn if there is a death or serious injury, but not in this case.