People v. Jones, 2018 IL App (1st) 151307 (March). Episode 478 (Duration 11:04) Defendant didn’t make a clear unequivocal demand for trial so it counts as a date by agreement.
People v. Connors, 2017 IL App (1st) 162440 (September). Episode 404 (Duration 9:32) DUI dismissed because prosecutor did not show due diligence in getting the trooper to court for trial.
People v. Dalton, 2017 IL App (3d) 150213 (June). Episode 384 (Duration 5:52) Defendant was charged with additional sex crimes more than 120 days after his first two original counts were charged.
People v. Pettis, 2017 IL App (4th) 151006 (May). Episode 354 (Duration 6:18) No speedy trial violation because the state properly relied on the DNA extension.
People v. Kilcauski, 2016 IL App (5th) 140526 (August). Episode 241 (Duration 9:02) Constitutional and statutory speedy trial right violations occurred from these unique facts.
People v. Smith, 2016 IL App (3d) 140235 (June). Episode 205 (Duration 7:12) Conviction for aggravated criminal sexual abuse is reversed to speedy trial violation.
People v. Gibbs, 2016 IL App (1st) 140785 (June). Episode 202 (Duration 7:56) Was it error for the judge to deny defendant’s motion to continue the trial so he could build up his Lynch material?
People v. Lilly, 2016 IL App (3d) 140286 (April). Episode 173 (Duration 7:44) What happens when defendant demands a trial within 120 days but continues to file motions?