People v. Johnson, 2020 IL App (1st) 172987 (May). Episode 783 (Duration 7:40) Parolees have less constitutional protection when it comes to a search of their home.
People v. Ortega, 2020 IL App (1st) 162516 (April). Episode 768 (Duration 9:25) Defendants paid a bailer to transport a car from CA to IL, when the driver found a funny package in the car he called police.
People v. Jones, 2020 IL App (3d) 170674 (April). Episode 765 (Duration 15:51) Two controlled buys done outside the home and police got a search warrant for inside the home. Was that enough for a warrant?
People v. Braswell, 2019 IL App (1st) 172810 (December). Episode 728 (Duration 8:03) A different panel in the first district declines to hold the CPD investigative hold alert unconstitutional.
People v. McCavitt, 2019 IL App (3d) 170830 (November). Episode 716 (Duration 9:52) Defendant was acquitted of criminal sexual assault but they didn’t look at the computer to carefully, state did not have the right to reexamine the computer year’s later.
People v. Teague, 2019 IL App (3d) 170017 (October). Episode 700 (Duration 11:08) Police get a search warrant for his house based on one control buy that did not occur at his house.
People v. Wood, 2019 IL App (5th) 180336 (September). Episode 677 (Duration 14:49) Community caretaking function justifies a warrantless entry into a home.