People v. Smith, 2019 IL 123901 (September). Episode 688 (Duration 8:30) Illinois Supreme Court clarifies some one act one crime principles and puts some convictions back on the table.
Sheriff Ron Hain of Kane County is doing some interesting things with his corrections system. Episode 667 (Duration 34:37)
People v. Washington, 2019 IL App (1st) 172372 (June). Episode 657 (Duration 12:54) Defendant gets some more credit for time served.
In re H.C., 2019 IL App (1st) 182581 (May). Episode 639 (Duration 7:55) Kid refused to admit he did the crime and says he got dinged for it at trial.
People v. Holley, 2019 IL App (1st) 161326 (May). Episode 638 (Duration 6:16) Sections of the attempt statutes should be read disjunctively meaning the court can only apply one of those sentencing enhancements.
People v. Phagan, 2019 IL App (1st) 153031 (April). Episode 637 (Duration 11:28) Sections of the attempt statutes should be read disjunctively meaning the court can only apply one of those sentencing enhancements.
People v. Ross, 2019 IL App (3d) 170028 (May). Episode 636 (Duration 6:26) Should defendant get some money back if he doesn’t finish his probation?
People v. Foreman, 2019 IL App (3d) 160334 (April). Episode 629 (Duration 5:42) A felony DWLR can’t be used to sentence and individual as a mandatory X sentence.
People v. Buffer, 2019 IL 122327 (April). Episode 625 (Duration 8:41) Illinois Supreme Court says anything over 40 years is a de facto life sentence.
People v. Campos, 2019 IL App (1st) 152613 (January). Episode 606 (Duration 8:46) In a sex case you have to be careful with exactly what the allegations are and how it comes out at trial.