People v. Sadeq, 2018 IL App (4th) 160105 (November). Episode 563 (Duration 15:18) Steigmann says the delay to have the drug dog come out was justified because defendant was, in part, extremely nervous.
Episode 556 (Duration 24:34). Charles Schierer of East Peoria, Illinois, explains why its a good time to change the “smell of cannabis” rule.
People v. Dailey, 2018 IL App (1st) 152882 (September). Episode 539 (Duration 7:14) One hand to hand creates reasonable suspicion for a traffic stop.
People v. Walker, 2018 IL App (4th) 170877 (September). Episode 536 (Duration 10:58) Turns out we’ve been misreading the “proper turn” statute all along.
People v. Lee, 2018 IL App (3d) 160100 (August). Episode 529 (Duration 4:49) The officer said the baggie looked like it had oatmeal in it, later testing revealed it to be cocaine.
People v. Varnauskas, 2018 IL App (3d) 150654 (July). Episode 521 (Duration 24:46) What does the new licensplate obstruction statute say?
In re O.S., 2018 IL App (1st) 171765 (June). Episode 509 (Duration 7:03) Can the odor of weed still justify a traffic stop even after the cannabis legislation?
In re Maurice J., 2018 IL App (1st) 172123 (June). Episode 506 (Duration 8:18) Officer not knowing the traffic law he says he was enforcing is not the same as being reasonably confused about the law.
Episode 496. Duration (13:26) Here’s a quick summary of 5 recent “pat down” cases. 3 Go for the State, and 2 come out in favor of the defense.
People v. Gomez, 2018 IL App (1st) 150605 (April). Episode 492 (Duration 8:05) Police roll up on a parked car and order everyone out; they find a gun.