People v. Plank, 2018 IL 122202 (May). Episode 493 (Duration 8:45) Definition of motorized bicycle is not unconstitutionally vague.
People v. Lomeli, 2017 IL App (3d) 150815 (December). Episode 434 (Duration 9:18) Defendant gets stopped for having a rosary hanging from his rearview mirror.
People v. Geiler, 2016 IL 119095 (July). (Episode 208 Duration 8:00) Pro Se speeding ticket guy loses at the Supreme Court; Rule 552 Violations probably will never lead to dismissal.
People v. Rizzo, 2016 IL 118599 (June). Episode 183 (Duration 8:23) Is it unconstitutional to prohibit court supervision for a strict liability traffic offense?
People v. Timmsen, 2016 IL 118181 (March). Episode 153 (Duration 5:36) Apparently, the police can stop you for trying to legally avoid a roadblock.
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People v. Little, 2016 IL App (3d) 130683 (February 2016). Episode 142 (Duration 4:09) This DWLR conviction stands because the police officer didn’t need to proof of every element of the crime he was investigating.
People v. Cummings,2016 IL 115769 (January 2016). Episode 131 (Duration 4:38) Remember, the case where the officer stops a car because the owner is a women with a warrant? The officer quickly discovers the driver is a man and arrests him for suspended license.