People v. Radford, 2020 IL 123975 (June). Episode 791 (Duration 11:05) Judge closed the courtroom during jury selection but left a good record on why he did it. Gist This was a shaken baby case. Defendant was charged with the murder of his two-year-old daughter. The trial court observed “emotions running high” due to the […]
People v. Ingram, 2020 IL App (2d) 180353 (June). Episode 785 (Duration 9:36) Continuance was accurately attributed to the defendant so no speedy trial violation.
People v. Pope, 2020 IL App (4th) 180773 (May). Episode 777 (Duration 6:49) Here we have a clear statement from the court on the constitutionality of video evidence in child sex cases.
People v. Rutigliano, 2020 IL App (1st) 171729 (May). Episode 776 (Duration 9:37) Weirdest case yet, dude loses his shit at a superbowl part and stabs a guy in the eye.
People v. Williams, 204 Ill. 2d 191, 207 (2003). Episode 775 (Duration 15:06) This Illinois Supreme Court from 2003 helps us make sense of compulsory joinder, speedy trial issues and the so-called “Williams Rule.”
People v. Moffett, 2019 IL App (2d) 180964 (December). Episode 774 (Duration 12:55) I strongely encourage you to listen to episode 730. You should find it right below this episode.
People v. Moffett, 2019 IL App (2d) 180964 (December). Episode 730 (Duration 12:55) Trial court erred when it granted this motion to dismiss based on a speedy trial violation.