People v. Anderson, 2018 IL App (4th) 160037 (May). Episode 500 (Duration 10:00) There is a difference between constructive possession and having immediate access to a gun.
People v. Norwood, 2018 IL App (4th) 150883 (May). Episode 499 (Duration 10:30) What does it mean for a firearm to be immediately accessible?
Episode 496. Duration (13:26) Here’s a quick summary of 5 recent “pat down” cases. 3 Go for the State, and 2 come out in favor of the defense.
People v. Gomez, 2018 IL App (1st) 150605 (April). Episode 492 (Duration 8:05) Police roll up on a parked car and order everyone out; they find a gun.
People v. Curry, 2018 IL App (1st) 152616 (February). Episode 467 (Duration 8:24) The possession with intent to deliver should have been vacated when he was convicted of armed violence (lesser included offense counts as same act).
People v. Chairez, 2018 IL 121417 (February). Episode 457 (Duration 10:04) Another UUW provision is struck down.
In re Jarrell C., 2017 IL App (1st) 170932 (December). Episode 447 (Duration 14:47) Holding your crotch is not indicative of carrying a gun; Illinois fails to apply the exclusionary rule after police discover a warrant notwithstanding Utah v. Strieff.
In re D.L., 2017 IL App (1st) 171764 (December). Episode 445 (Duration 9:29) Kid is seen walking away from the location of a “shots fired”, he starts to run, when they catch him he has a gun.
People v. Barnes, 2017 IL App (1st) 142886 (September). Episode 405 (Duration 12:06) Defendant shot at someone that first shot at him, the state says this constitutes mob action and armed violence.
People v. Holmes, 2017 IL 120407 (July). Episode 387 (Duration 10:12) Illinois Supreme Court adopts the federal rule in holding that gun arrests before Aguilar are supported by probable cause.