People v. Day, 2019 IL App (4th) 160217 (January). Episode 588 (Duration 16:46) He wasn’t behind the wheel but state still proved he was driving.
People v. Relwani, 2019 IL 123385 (January). Episode 582 (Duration 10:18) Defendant needed to say something about the private nature of the Walgreen’s parking lot.
Episode 579 (Duration 16:25) What is happening in Illinois with the mistake of law doctrine?
People v. Pratt, 2018 IL App (5th) 170427 (December). Episode 574 (Duration 6:41) Warrantless blood draw after an accident deemed unconstitutional blood results excluded.
People v. Mueller, 2018 IL App (2d) 170863 (December). Episode 572 (Duration 8:47) Jeep touches he traffic lines 3 times and gets stopped, reasonable?
People v. Blakey, 2015 IL App (3d) 130719 (November). Episode 571 (Duration 16:52) We use this case as an example on to how to think through and analyze a prior inconsistent statement problem when it comes up at trial.
People v. Quigley, 2018 IL App (1st) 172560 (November). Episode 565 (Duration 9:50) He was plastered and sends his car air born on the expressway, nonetheless, he says his hospital blood can’t be considered in a civil suspension hearing.
People v. Williams, 2018 IL App (2d) 160683 (October). Episode 558 (Duration 7:52) Challenging this DUI traffic stop went nowhere fast.
People v. Montgomery, 2018 IL App (2d) 160541 (October). Episode 555 (Duration 14:02) It’s unclear if the video ever existed, regardless, it was not tendered to defense counsel, and it’s unclear what’s the best remedy.
People v. Gocmen, 2018 IL 122388 (September). Episode 540 (Duration 14:15) In obvious cases an officer need not be a drug detection expert to conclude a driver is under the influence of drugs.