People v. Pepitone, 2018 IL 122034 (April). Episode 497 (Duration 6:20) State has a rational basis for keeping sex offenders from parks.
People v. Encalado, 2018 IL 122059 (March). Episode 477 (Duration 8:50) There is no body of case law documenting the public shaming of patrons of prostitutes.
Episode 475 (Duration 26:13) Here are 4 cases on the Illinois Sex Offender Registration Act (SORA) You should know something about.
In re B.C., 2018 IL App (3d) 170025 (February). Episode 465 (Duration 13:21) The law does allow a petitioner to establish that it is “more probable than not” that he poses no risk to the community not withstanding an evaluation that says he poses a “low risk to the community.”
People v. Tetter, 2018 IL App (3d) 150243 (January). Episode 463 (Duration 8:43) SORA declared unconstiututional as applied to this defendant.
In re T.Z., 2017 IL App (4th) 170545 (December). Episode 450 (Duration 10:35) 7 year old victim is allowed to whisper the damaging testimony to the judge who then repeated the statement for the record.
People v. Dabney, 2017 IL App (3d) 140915 (October). Episode 433 (Duration 8:44) Kid didn’t testify about some of the acts.
People v. Jackson, 2017 IL App (3d) 150154 (September). Episode 411 (Duration 11:31) Again, State charges under the wrong SORA provision.
People v. McClenton, 2017 IL App (3d) 160387 (September). Episode 408 (Duration 6:55) Judge can’t dismiss SORA charges or order ISP to remove a person from the sex offender registry.
In re B.G., 2017 IL App (3d) 170144 (July). Episode 407 (Duration 5:24) Defendant’s right to petition to end his sex offender registration was not terminated by his new offense.