The most Honorable Judge Robert Steigmann of the Fourth Appellate District provides valuable insight and lessons on proper impeachment, prior inconsistent statements, and 725 ILCS 5/115-10.1.
This is the Premium Nuggets CLE approved podcast bundle for the third quarter of 2016 (Q3 2016).
In Podcast Episode 236 (Duration 36:19) Paul Meyers of the Kane County Public Defender’s Office does his best to finally set me straight on the intricacies and interplay between impeachment, substantive evidence, and prior inconsistent statements.
People v. Campbell, 2015 IL App (1st) 131196 (August). Episode 227 (Duration 14:04) See also People v. Blakey, 2015 IL App (4th) 130719 (November);
People v. Simpson, 2015 IL 116512 (January). Episode 226 (Duration 11:16) People v. Simpson, 2015 IL 116512 has set us straight on the personal knowledge requirement.
People v. Cruz, 162 Ill.2d 314 (1994). Episode 225 (Duration 12:09) These threshold questions can end the analysis before it really begins.
People v. Brothers, 2015 IL App (4th) 130644 (September). Episode 224 (Duration 3:54) So exactly why do we keep screwing up prior inconsistent statement?
Make sure to download a copy of the this 4-Step Analysis to Prior Inconsistent Statements.
Make sure to download the resource list that I used as the foundation to my 4-step analysis.
People v. Evans, 2016 IL App (3d) 140120 (July). Episode 223 (Duration 6:52) Prosecutor gets a little aggressive with a codefendant who improperly took the fifth.