People v. Boose, 2018 IL App (2d) 170016 (March). Episode 476 (Duration 11:08) Sloppy drafting of a warrant means all the murder evidence is out.
People v. Relwani, 2018 IL App (3d) 170201 (February). Episode 471 (Duration 7:01) Defendant loses his SSS hearing because he didn’t establish the Walgreen’s parking lot was privately maintained.
Episode 469 (Duration 26:45) Here’s a quick summary of Illinois cases that deal with non consensual, forceable, warrantless blood draws.
People v. Meo, 2018 IL App (2d) 170135 (March). Episode 468 (Duration 14:08) Gas station attendant calls the police on defendant to report he almost hit the building, so DUI stop justified.
Episode 464 (Duration 19:10) Here’s a quick summary of the cases that suggest, that maybe, houses have more constitutional protection than apartments.
People v. Turner, 2018 IL App (1st) 170204 (February). Episode 462 (Duration 9:30) Good faith exception saves this warrantless blood draw.
People v. Hayes, 2018 IL App (5th) 140223 (February). Episode 461 (Duration 17:53) Defendant runs over and kills a 7 year old boy, however, the resulting blood draw is out because defendant was never under arrest.
People v. Smith, 2016 IL App (3d) 140648 (March). Episode 459 (Duration 54:23) Officer telling or asking a citizen to “roll up your sleeves” to check for track marks was a consensual interaction.
People v. Lee, 2018 IL App (3d) 170209 (February). Episode 458 (Duration 6:59) 25 minute wait for the sniff dog was too long.
In re Jarrell C., 2017 IL App (1st) 170932 (December). Episode 447 (Duration 14:47) Illinois applies the exclusionary rule even after police discover a warrant notwithstanding Utah v. Strieff.