People v. Sadeq, 2018 IL App (4th) 160105 (November). Episode 563 (Duration 15:18) Steigmann says the delay to have the drug dog come out was justified because defendant was, in part, extremely nervous.
In re Jose A., 2018 IL App (2d) 180170 (October). Episode 557 (Duration 22:10) The new juvenile Miranda requirement is discussed here.
Episode 556 (Duration 24:34). Charles Schierer of East Peoria, Illinois, explains why its a good time to change the “smell of cannabis” rule.
People v. Bonilla, 2018 IL 122484 (October). Episode 552 (Duration 8:50) Constitutional violation did not depend on whether the common door to the apartment was locked.
People v. Guerrero, 2018 IL App (3d) 170786 (September). Episode 544 (Duration 6:00) Former prosecutor jumps to public defender’s office and then represents defendant in a post trial motion.
People v. Dailey, 2018 IL App (1st) 152882 (September). Episode 539 (Duration 7:14) One hand to hand creates reasonable suspicion for a traffic stop.
People v. Hiatt, 2018 IL App (3d) 160751 (August). Episode 537 (Duration 8:40) Defendant wins his postconviction petition because there were enough signs he was unfit.
People v. Long, 2012018 IL App (4th) 150919 (August). Episode 535 (Duration 7:35) Defendant is guilty of a conspiracy but the state had to prove how much they meth they made with his camping fuel.
People v. Thomas, 2018 IL App (4th) 170440 (August). Episode 533 (Duration 18:57) The court takes the time to go through the signs of drug trafficking interdiction officers are trained to look for.
People v. Varnauskas, 2018 IL App (3d) 150654 (July). Episode 521 (Duration 24:46) What does the new licensplate obstruction statute say?