People v. Rodriguez, 2018 IL App (1st) 160030 (September). Episode 457 (Duration 6:24) Can defendant combine a sentence from an earlier crime with the sentence of a new crime to claim a de facto life sentence?
People v. Bingham, 2018 IL 122008 (September). Episode 542 (Duration 9:17) Appellate court has no jurisdiction to waive a sex offender registration requirement.
People v. Long, 2012018 IL App (4th) 150919 (August). Episode 535 (Duration 7:35) Defendant is guilty of a conspiracy but the state had to prove how much they meth they made with his camping fuel.
People v. Kochevar, 2018 IL App (3d) 140660 (August). Episode 527 (Duration 8:40) Another Romeo and Juliet Defender escapes from having to register as a sex offender.
People v. Coty, 2018 IL App (1st) 162383 (August). Episode 525 (Duration 7:56`) Defendant had an IQ between 55 and 65, his 50 year sentence was a life sentence, and he needs a new sentencing hearing.
People v. McFadden, 2016 IL 117424 (June). Episode 187 (Duration 5:17) Defendant questioned the validity of his UUW Felon conviction because it was predicated on a AUUW invalidated under Aguilar.
People v. Ingram, 2018 IL App (4th) 160099 (July). Episode 523 (Duration 6:15) Defendant plead on a non-automatic transfer charge and now wants a do-over.
People v. Mischke, 2018 IL App (2d) 160472 (July). Episode 520 (Duration 8:14) Defendant was resentenced to an aggregate sentence larger than his original sentence.
People v. Brown, 2018 IL App (3d) 150070-B (July). Episode 519 (Duration 5:48) UUW Felon does not merge with armed violence predicated on drug possession.
People v. Vara, 2018 IL 121823 (June). Episode 511 (Duration 8:45) Supreme Court says appellate courts don’t have jurisdiction to fix improper fines imposed by the circuit clerk.