People v. Cline, 2020 IL App (1st) 172631 (March). Episode 758 (Duration 8:37) Incomplete finger print analysis by examiner on the job about a year leads to a reversal of this residential burglary.
People v. McLaurin, 2020 IL 124563 (March). Episode 752 (Duration 9:32) Conviction back on the table even though the state does not admit the gun into evidence.
People v. Britt, 2020 IL App (3d) 170548 (February). Episode 739 (Duration 7:20) A short refresher on how to admit other crimes evidence.
In Episode 738 (Duration 35:06) Illinois attorney Daniel Epstein sat down with the Criminal Nuggets Podcast and told us about his vision for the Illinois Supreme Court.
People v. King, 2020 IL 123926 (January). Episode 732 (Duration 15:52) State’s use of an expert witness was wholly inappropriate in that they just wanted a 13th juror who supported their arguments.
People v. Moffett, 2019 IL App (2d) 180964 (December). Episode 729 (Duration 9:50) New prior consistent statement rule makes it clear that admissible hearsay is coming in even if it is consistent with other testimony.
People v. Hamilton, 2019 IL App (1st) 170019 (December). Episode 721 (Duration 11:22) Defense counsel should have made this argument in order to admit the fact the defendant thought the victim had a gun.