People v. Zimmerman, 2018 IL 122261 (October). Episode 553 (Duration 10:21) You Can hide lascivious pretrial motions from the press.
People v. Lewis, 2018 IL App (4th) 150637 (April). Episode 514 (Duration 6:27) It’s within the court’s full discretion to bring the jury back into the courtroom to view recorded evidence after deliberation has already begun.
Weaver v. Massachusetts, SCOTUS, No. 16-240 (June 2017). Episode 371 (Duration 14:16) Right to public trial is a structural right, but it really matters when the issue is brought up.
People v. Evans, 2016 IL App (1st) 142190 (December). Episode 270 (Duration 7:02) Murder reversed, step-grandmother improperly excluded from the courtroom constitutes structural error.
People v. Zimmerman, 2017 IL App (4th) 170055 (March). Episode 336 (Duration 6:31) Press has a right to read the lascivious motions in limine filed by the defense but sealed by the trial court.