People v. Bass, 2019 IL App (1st) 160640 (July). Episode 659 (Duration 16:31) Case outright bans the use of the CPD investigative hold.
People v. Cassino, 2019 IL App (1st) 181510 (June). Episode 649 (Duration 8:01) Police take 25 minutes to call Hertz to see if they wanted their car back since Defendant was not an authorized driver.
People v. McGregory, 2019 IL App (1st) 173101 (June). Episode 648 (Duration 6:33) Secret Service reals itself to be the runt of federal agencies when they took 8 months to apply for this search warrant.
Mitchell v. Wisconsin, SCOTUS No. 18–6210, Decided June 27, 2019. Episode 647 (Duration 19:02) Unconscious drivers plus natural BAC dissipation create an exigent circumstance for a blood draw.
People v. Pruitte, 2019 IL App (3d) 180366 (June). Episode 646 (Duration 11:23) I love this trial judge, he said the “search warrant, excuse me but for lack of a better term, sucks.”
People v. Strickland, 2019 IL App (1st) 161098 (June). Episode 645 (Duration 5:39) First Illinois case citing to the SCOTUS CSLI phone records case.
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 their own sense of smell to go get a warrant for a house.