People v. Johnson, 2019 IL 123318 (August). Episode 661 (Duration 8:16) Supreme Court smacks down 3rd district appellate panel trying to get rid of all burglaries to retail theft establishments.
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.