People v. Felton, 2019 IL App (3d) 150595 (January). Episode 590 (Duration 11:02) Other crimes evidence was excessive here but it was a bench trial and the evidence was overwhelming against defendant.
People v. Davison, 2019 IL App (1st) 161094 (February). Episode 589 (Duration 15:22) Another example of evidence that was admitted to demonstrate the course of the police investigation.
People v. Day, 2019 IL App (4th) 160217 (January). Episode 588 (Duration 16:46) He wasn’t behind the wheel but state still proved he was driving.
People v. Kelley, 2019 IL App (4th) 160598 (January). Episode 587 (Duration9:58) Here’s a better way to look at how court’s are interpreting sexual propensity evidence.
People v. Monroy-Jaimes, 2019 IL App (2d) 160426 (January). Episode 586 (Duration 9:38) Interesting use of an informant, how much of it was legal?
People v. Relwani, 2019 IL 123385 (January). Episode 582 (Duration 10:18) Defendant needed to say something about the private nature of the Walgreen’s parking lot.
People v. Boston, 2018 IL App (1st) 140369 (December). Episode 580 (Duration 9:54) Long complicated murder case, here is some information on commenting on pre-arrest silence.
In re N.A., 2018 IL App (1st) 181332 (December). Episode 578 (Duration 7:08) It it still appropriate to allow a conviction based on the word of one eyewitness?
People v. Fillyaw, 2018 IL App (2d) 150709 (December). Episode 575 (Duration 5:52) Improper to not allow the defense to impeach an unavailable witness with an affidavit obtained by the defense.
People v. Blakey, 2015 IL App (3d) 130719 (November). Episode 571 (Duration 16:52) We use this case as an example on to how to think through and analyze a prior inconsistent statement problem when it comes up at trial.