People v. Gaines, 2019 IL App (3d) 160494 (July). Episode 663 (Duration 18:40) Judge abruptly refuses to continue with the plea hearing creating a double jeopardy conundrum for the prosecution.
People v. O’Brien, 2019 IL App (2d) 170030 (July). Episode 662 (Duration 10:42) No double jeopardy concerns where the defendant was allowed to withdraw his guilty plea after improper admonishments.
People v. Kimble, 2019 IL 122830 (April). Episode 622 (Duration 9:42) Judge declared a mistrial kind of early, still double jeopardy was not implicated.
People v. Drake, 2019 IL 123734 (March). Episode 620 (Duration 9:39) Although the reversal is still good the lower court judgement that double jeopardy barred a retrial is reversed.
People v. Shoevlin, 2019 IL App (3d) 170258 (January). Episode 583 (Duration 11:04) Serious double jeopardy concerns are raised when the judge declares a mistrial in this domestic battery case.
People v. Kimble, 2017 IL App (2d) 160087 (September). Episode 398 (Duration 26:29) Judge declares a mistrial too early and now the state cannot recharge defendant.
People v. Threatte, 2017 IL App (2d) 160161 (August). Episode 389 (Duration 13:20) Prosecutor got sick in the middle of trial and mistrial was declared – does double jeopardy prevent a new trial?