People v. Holt, 2019 IL App (3d) 160504 (March). Episode 607 (Duration 7:12) The split deepens between the Second, Fourth and Third Districts on these burglary/retail theft convictions.
In re K.M., 2019 IL App (1st) 172322 (February). Episode 595 (Duration 13:05) Police entered onto private property without a warrant to retrieve stolen property, the fallout is widespread.
People v. Moore, 2018 IL App (2d) 160277 (June). Episode 505 (Duration 4:40) Second District goes with the Fourth District on burglary or retail store cases.
People v. Burlington, 2018 IL App (4th) 150642 (March). Episode 472 (Duration 7:42) Fourth district goes the other way on retail theft burglaries.
People v. Johnson, 2018 IL App (3d) 150352 (January). Episode 456 (Duration 11:30) Stealing from a Walmart was not a burglary.
People v. Bradford, 2016 IL 118674 (March). Episode 155 (Duration 7:52) Ordinary retail theft is not a burglary.
People v. Allen, 2017 IL App (1st) 151540 (December). Episode 430 (Duration 9:24) 10 and a half years for burglary to a car are reduced to six years because the second division in the first district says so.
People v. Sanderson, 2016 IL App (1st) 141381 (April). Episode 180 (Duration 6:40) Attempted residential burglary is not a forcible felony that can be used to sustain an armed habitual criminal conviction.
In re A.S., 2017 IL App (1st) 161259-B (March). Episode 335 (Duration 15:09) State fails to raise a race neutral reason for its jury strikes, reversal required.
In re A.S., 2016 IL App (1st) 161259 (October). Episode 255 (Duration 12:42) Because the stage-two and stage-three Batson hearing in this case may have been influenced by the trial court’s demonstrably incorrect view of the law remand for further proceedings was ordered.