Terry Hake talks about Greylord in Episode 337 (Duration 30:31). Operation Greylord was a massive undercover sting operation that targeted corrupt judges and court officials in Cook County in the early 1980’s.
People v. Zimmerman, 2017 IL App (4th) 170055 (March). Episode 336 (Duration 6:31) Press has a right to read the lascivious motions in limine filed by the defense but sealed by the trial court.
People v. O’Dette, 2017 IL App (2d) 150884 (March). Episode 333 (Duration 13:56) There was an abuse of the grand jury subpoena power in this child porn case, but defendant needs to show prejudice for relief.
Evan Parke made extensive use of Illinois FOIA requests in the defense of Curtis Lovelace. In Episode 320 (Duration 52:38) we look at how he did it.
In Episode 319 (Duration 35:33), Anthony Cameron sits down with us to talk about how police can enforce a warrant for a suspect’s blood.
People v. Staple, 2016 IL App (4th) 160061 (December). Episode 317 (Duration 21:49) This case does a great job of digging down into the very basics of double jeopardy.
People v. Acevedo, 2017 App (3d) 150750 (March). Episode 309 (Duration 6:09) Discovery sanction in this rescission hearing consisted of a finding that the defendant met his initial burden, then the State was allowed to have the officer testify to the probable cause for the DUI arrest.
People v. Ayres, 2017 IL 120162 (February). Episode 307 (Duration 5:41) What does defendant have to say to trigger a Krankel inquiry?
Here’s what litigators need to know about developments in legal research. Episode 290 (Duration 34:28)
This is the Premium Nuggets CLE approved podcast bundle for the Fourth Quarter of 2016 (Q4 2016).