People v. Johnson, 2019 IL App (1st) 162517 (March). Episode 614 (Duration 9:18) No valid jury waiver in the record even though he apparently signed the waiver form.
People v. Cunningham, 2019 IL App (1st) 160709 (March). Episode 611 (Duration 9:18) Defendant gets 3 years for shooting himself in the leg in a housing project; this UUW version is constitutional.
People v. Webb, 2019 IL 122951 (March). Episode 610 (Duration 6:17) Another version of UUW is held unconstitutional; this time it’s the one banning tasers.
People v. Mooney, 2019 IL App (3d) 150607 (March). Episode 599 (Duration 9:21) Agreeing to continuance was ineffective, outright reversal is the only remedy.
In re Appointment of Special Prosecutor, 2019 IL 122949 (January). Episode 596 (Duration 8:25) Press not allowed to get grand jury documents through FOIA.
People v. Roddis, 2018 IL App (4th) 170605 (November). Episode 568 (Duration 13:18) Steigmann clarifies a few things about Krankel Hearings.
People v. Montgomery, 2018 IL App (2d) 160541 (October). Episode 555 (Duration 14:02) It’s unclear if the video ever existed, regardless, it was not tendered to defense counsel, and it’s unclear what’s the best remedy.
People v. Zimmerman, 2018 IL 122261 (October). Episode 553 (Duration 10:21) You Can hide lascivious pretrial motions from the press.
It’s more than just the types of crimes that are prosecuted. There are fundamental differences between practicing in federal and state criminal court. Episode 548 (Duration 47:50)
People v. Nere, 2018 IL 122566 (September). Episode 541 (Duration 26:58) Prepare for a PhD on criminal causation in this drug overdose case.