People v. Smith, 2019 IL App (3d) 160631 (March). Episode 619 (Duration 10:58) Kid is available for cross even though they don’t remember the actual allegation of sexual abuse.
People v. Corral, 2019 IL App (1st) 171501 (March). Episode 618 (Duration 9:22) Kid got his eyewitness expert witness on the stand, but the witness was not allowed to get into what she thought about the reliability of the witness.
People v. Ruiz, 2019 IL App (1st) 152157 (March). Episode 617 (Duration 12:50) Defendant’s conversation with his buddy is recorded and his friend kept telling him he always takes things to far.
People v. Caraballo, 2019 IL App (1st) 171993 (March). Episode 613 (Duration 10:42) Officer was not certified at the time of the breathalyzer, but he was substantially certified.
People v. Macklin, 2019 IL App (1st) 161165 (March). Episode 604 (Duration 9:02) Was defense counsel ineffective for not calling an eyewitness expert witness?
People v. Spicer, 2019 IL App (3d) 170814 (March). Episode 602 (Duration 11:56) Can the prosecution compel you to give up your phone password?
People v. Baker, 2019 IL App (2d) 160791 (February). Episode 592 (Duration 15:26) Inadmissibility of prior consistent statement trumps hearsay exceptions.
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.