People v. Sadeq, 2018 IL App (4th) 160105 (November). Episode 563 (Duration 15:18) Steigmann says the delay to have the drug dog come out was justified because defendant was, in part, extremely nervous.
People v. Williams, 2018 IL App (2d) 160683 (October). Episode 558 (Duration 7:52) Challenging this DUI traffic stop went nowhere fast.
Episode 556 (Duration 24:34). Charles Schierer of East Peoria, Illinois, explains why its a good time to change the “smell of cannabis” rule.
People v. Bonilla, 2018 IL 122484 (October). Episode 552 (Duration 8:50) Constitutional violation did not depend on whether the common door to the apartment was locked.
People v. Lopez, 2018 IL App (1st) 153331 (October). Episode 549 (Duration 12:56) Is the identity of a driver subject to suppression after an illegal traffic stop?
People v. Gocmen, 2018 IL 122388 (September). Episode 540 (Duration 14:15) In obvious cases an officer need not be a drug detection expert to conclude a driver is under the influence of drugs.
People v. Dailey, 2018 IL App (1st) 152882 (September). Episode 539 (Duration 7:14) One hand to hand creates reasonable suspicion for a traffic stop.
People v. Walker, 2018 IL App (4th) 170877 (September). Episode 536 (Duration 10:58) Turns out we’ve been misreading the “proper turn” statute all along.
People v. Thomas, 2018 IL App (4th) 170440 (August). Episode 533 (Duration 18:57) The court takes the time to go through the signs of drug trafficking interdiction officers are trained to look for.
People v. Lee, 2018 IL App (3d) 160100 (August). Episode 529 (Duration 4:49) The officer said the baggie looked like it had oatmeal in it, later testing revealed it to be cocaine.