Episode 475 (Duration 26:13) Here are 4 cases on the Illinois Sex Offender Registration Act (SORA) You should know something about.
Episode 464 (Duration 19:10) Here’s a quick summary of the cases that suggest, that maybe, houses have more constitutional protection than apartments.
People v. Chairez, 2018 IL 121417 (February). Episode 457 (Duration 10:04) Another UUW provision is struck down.
People v. Allen, 2017 IL App (1st) 151540 (December). Episode 430 (Duration 9:24) 10 and a half years for burglary to a car are reduced to six years because the second division in the first district says so.
People v. Relerford, 2017 IL 121094 (November). Episode 425 (Duration 7:38) Just a small part of the Illinois stalking statute was declared unconstitutional.
People v. Gray, 2017 IL 120958 (September). Episode 410 (Duration 8:33) Although they had stopped dating for 20 years defendant was still in a “family or household member” of the victim.
Packingham v. North Carolina, 15-1194 (June 2017). Episode 386 (Duration 10:04) Can’t have a sweeping law keeping sex offenders off of Facebook and other social media.
People v. Howard, 2017 IL 120443 (March). Episode 323 (Duration 4:52) Illinois Supreme Court upholds the constitutionality of anti loitering statute for sex offenders.
People v. Pepitone, 2017 IL App (3d) 140627 (February). Episode 298 (Duration 4:34) Third District finds the charge of being a child sex offender in park to be facially unconstitutional.
People v. Busse, 2016 IL App (1st) 142941 (December). Episode 280 (Duration 8:27) A paltry crime for a paltry sum does not warrant the paltry sentence of 12 years.