People v. Sadeq, 2018 IL App (4th) 160105 (November). Episode 563 (Duration 15:18) Steigmann says the delay to have the drug dog come out was justified because defendant was, in part, extremely nervous.
People v. Bonilla, 2018 IL 122484 (October). Episode 552 (Duration 8:50) Constitutional violation did not depend on whether the common door to the apartment was locked.
People v. Thomas, 2018 IL App (4th) 170440 (August). Episode 533 (Duration 18:57) The court takes the time to go through the signs of drug trafficking interdiction officers are trained to look for.
People v. Varnauskas, 2018 IL App (3d) 150654 (July). Episode 521 (Duration 24:46) What does the new licensplate obstruction statute say?
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. Lee, 2018 IL App (3d) 170209 (February). Episode 458 (Duration 6:59) 25 minute wait for the sniff dog was too long.
People v. Heritsch, 2017 IL App (2d) 151157 (December). Episode 446 (Duration 7:36) Everything could be tracked and timed with the video, if there is more than one officer at the scene then state has the best chance of winning a motion to suppress evidence.
People v. Paddy, 20172017 IL App (2d) 160395 (October). Episode 417 (Duration 14:30) Drug interdiction patrol officer unreasonably prolonged this traffic stop for a drug dog sniff.
People v. Pulido, 2017 IL App (3d) 150215 (August). Episode 403 (Duration 9:59) After a traffic stop the car is towed to the police station so it could be searched more thoroughly.