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.
People v. Williams, 2016 IL App (1st) 132615 (August). Episode 219 (Duration 8:22) Defendant was improperly seized as soon as police arrived on the scene, they had no reasonable suspicion.
People v. Pettis, 2016 IL App (4th) 140469 (June). Episode 196 (Duration 6:42) In the Fourth District a positive drug sniff may not necessarily lead to the automatic searching of the car’s passengers.
People v. Burns, 2016 IL 118973 (March). Episode 154 (Duration 4:58) The “no-nights visits” rule is affirmed, can’t bring the sniffer dog to your front step for a little sniff action.