People v. Goodwin, 2018 IL App (1st) 152045 (September). Episode 543 (Duration 21:33) Defendant mouth’s off to a prosecutor but this was not threatening a public official.
People v. Peel, 2018 IL App (4th) 160100 (August). Episode 531 (Duration 10:11) Defendant shot his gun off in his yard into the ground in the middle of the night.
People v. Moore, 2018 IL App (2d) 160277 (June). Episode 505 (Duration 4:40) Second District goes with the Fourth District on burglary or retail store cases.
People v. Anderson, 2018 IL App (4th) 160037 (May). Episode 500 (Duration 10:00) There is a difference between constructive possession and having immediate access to a gun.
People v. Norwood, 2018 IL App (4th) 150883 (May). Episode 499 (Duration 10:30) What does it mean for a firearm to be immediately accessible?
People v. Space, 2018 IL App (1st) 150922 (May). Episode 490 (Duration 10:26) Felony murder must be reversed because the defendant shared the same felonous purpose as the underlying offense.
People v. Sanchez, 2018 IL App (1st) 143899 (April). Episode 488 (Duration 18:22) Involuntary confession and improper closing arguments lead to a murder conviction that is now reversed outright.
People v. Burlington, 2018 IL App (4th) 150642 (March). Episode 472 (Duration 7:42) Fourth district goes the other way on retail theft burglaries.
People v. Johnson, 2018 IL App (3d) 150352 (January). Episode 456 (Duration 11:30) Stealing from a Walmart was not a burglary.
People v. Bradford, 2016 IL 118674 (March). Episode 155 (Duration 7:52) Ordinary retail theft is not a burglary.