In the case of People v. Simpson, 2015 IL 116512 (January), the Illinois Supreme Court, settles a recurring issue in regards to the admissibility of prior inconsistent statements as substantive evidence.
People v. Jones, 2014 IL App (3d) 121016 (November). Episode 031 (Duration 10:34).
Drug trafficking evidence has shifted to more liberal interpretation of suspicious behavior around drugs delivered through the mail. [Read more…]
There is so much research on eyewitness identification expert witness admissibility testimony out there. We have all received the message: “Eyewitness identification testimony is unreliable.” Ok, now what? [Read more…]
The expert witness defined by Marisa Tomei is credible. Remember that scene from My Cousin Vinny where Attorney Frank Gambini (Joe Pesci) calls his finace, Mona Lisa Vito, to the witness stand to testify in the murder trial of his cousin? [Read more…]