Episode 643 (Duration 31:51) Illinois attorney Gary True explains the risk involved for anyone who reveals their gun in public. Licensed and unlicensed gun carriers have something to worry about.
People v. Bailey, 2019 IL App (3d) 180396 (May). Episode 631 (Duration 15:01) Food in your beard is not particularly indicative of anything.
People v. Rice, 2019 IL App (3d) 170134 (April). Episode 623 (Duration 7:36) A strong indication from the 3rd district on what the smell of weed means for a car search.
People v. Brandt, 2019 IL App (4th) 180219 (April). Episode 621 (Duration 17:08) Police use the their own sense of smell to go get a warrant for a house.
People v. Thomas, 2019 IL App (1st) 170474 (March). Episode 609 (Duration 11:51) Police see a defendant hand a gun to another person and then try to run and hide.
In re K.M., 2019 IL App (1st) 172322 (February). Episode 595 (Duration 13:05) Police entered onto private property without a warrant to retrieve stolen property, the fallout is widespread.
People v. Hill, 2019 IL App (4th) 180041 (January). Episode 584 (Duration 16:08) Officer sees passenger riding low in the seat and he thinks it may be a guy wanted on warrant, turns out it wasn’t him.
Episode 579 (Duration 16:25) What is happening in Illinois with the mistake of law doctrine?
People v. Manzo, 2018 IL 122761 (December). Episode 573 (Duration 10:14) This one will be controversial: Illinois Supreme Court holds their was no nexus to the house justifying the search warrant.
People v. Quigley, 2018 IL App (1st) 172560 (November). Episode 565 (Duration 9:50) He was plastered and sends his car air born on the expressway, nonetheless, he says his hospital blood can’t be considered in a civil suspension hearing.