Episode 475 (Duration 26:13) Here are 4 cases on the Illinois Sex Offender Registration Act (SORA) You should know something about.
In re B.C., 2018 IL App (3d) 170025 (February). Episode 465 (Duration 13:21) The law does allow a petitioner to establish that it is “more probable than not” that he poses no risk to the community not withstanding an evaluation that says he poses a “low risk to the community.”
Episode 442 (Duration 31:15). Judge Rene Cruz of the 16th Judicial Circuit provides practical advice for attorneys.
People v. Cole, 2017 IL 120997 (November). Episode 427 (Duration 10:00) Cook County Public Defender wants to control who they get appointed to represent.
People v. Relerford, 2017 IL 121094 (November). Episode 425 (Duration 7:38) Just a small part of the Illinois stalking statute was declared unconstitutional.
Episode 418 (Duration 33:13) The NIU College of Law Criminal Defense Clinic is essentially a law firm staffed by law students – Professor Paul J. Cain reveals how it works on the inside.
What’s it take to become an Illinois state judge? Episode 412 (Duration 37:05) Scott J. Frankel is running for judge in the 11th Subcircuit of Cook County.
People v. Jackson, 2017 IL App (3d) 150154 (September). Episode 411 (Duration 11:31) Again, State charges under the wrong SORA provision.
People v. McClenton, 2017 IL App (3d) 160387 (September). Episode 408 (Duration 6:55) Judge can’t dismiss SORA charges or order ISP to remove a person from the sex offender registry.
In re B.G., 2017 IL App (3d) 170144 (July). Episode 407 (Duration 5:24) Defendant’s right to petition to end his sex offender registration was not terminated by his new offense.