People v. Gray, 2017 IL 120958 (September). Episode 410 (Duration 8:33) Although they had stopped dating for 20 years defendant was still in a “family or household member” of the victim.
Round v. Lamb, 2017 IL 122271 (August). Episode 394 (Duration 10:39) Defendant has to do 4 years of MSR even though they didn’t write it down on the sentencing order.
People v. Threatte, 2017 IL App (2d) 160161 (August). Episode 389 (Duration 13:20) Prosecutor got sick in the middle of trial and mistrial was declared – does double jeopardy prevent a new trial?
People v. Heller, 2017 IL App (4th) 140658 (January). Episode 304 (Duration 5:23) Use this modified IPI 3.14 when other crimes evidence is admitted in a domestic battery pursuant to 725 ILCS 5/115-7.4.
People v. Arbuckle, 2016 IL App (3d) 121014-B (August). Episode 218 (Duration 7:08) Bodily harm may be considered an aggravating factor without employing a double enhancement if the injury is above a threshold level.
People v. Gray, 2016 IL App (1st) 134012 (May). Episode 190 (Duration 6:58) The definition of “household member” was unconstitutionally applied to this defendant (dating relationship had ended 15 years earlier) this in turn allowed the State to improperly get into other crimes evidence.
People v. Espinoza, 2015 IL 118218 (December 2015). Episode 121 (Duration 7:59) To what extent must the state identify the victim in the charging instrument?