Episode 643 (Duration 31:51) Illinois attorney Gary True explains the risk involved for anyone who reveals their gun in public. Licensed and unlicensed gun carriers have something to worry about.
People v. McLurin, 2018 IL App (1st) 170258 (December). Episode 634 (Duration 8:17) State does not admit the gun, acquittal follows thereafter (weird facts though).
People v. Clifton, 2019 IL App (1st) 151967 (April). Episode 632 (Duration 7:31) Lay witness testified about the details of the gun that he saw.
People v. Clifton, 2019 IL App (1st) 151967 (April). Episode 632 (Duration 8:20) Unduly suggestive ID, you make the call photos provided here. ** This opinion has photos.
People v. Campbell, 2019 IL App (1st) 161640 (April). Episode 630 (Duration 11:07) Court is not insensitive to claims of “dropsy” testimony and “testilying.”
People v. Johnson, 2019 IL App (1st) 162517 (March). Episode 614 (Duration 9:18) No valid jury waiver in the record even though he apparently signed the waiver form.
People v. Cunningham, 2019 IL App (1st) 160709 (March). Episode 611 (Duration 9:18) Defendant gets 3 years for shooting himself in the leg in a housing project; this UUW version is constitutional.
People v. Webb, 2019 IL 122951 (March). Episode 610 (Duration 6:17) Another version of UUW is held unconstitutional; this time it’s the one banning tasers.
People v. Thomas, 2019 IL App (1st) 170474 (March). Episode 609 (Duration 11:51) Police see a defendant hand a gun to another person and then try to run and hide.
People v. Lee, 2019 IL App (1st) 162563 (February). Episode 605 (Duration 5:29) Exactly what does the state have to prove in regards to possessing a gun with defaced serial number?