People v. McLurin, 2018 IL App (1st) 170258 (December). Episode 634 (Duration 8:17) State does not admit the gun, acquittal follows thereafter (weird facts though).
People v. Clifton, 2019 IL App (1st) 151967 (April). Episode 632 (Duration 7:31) Lay witness testified about the details of the gun that he saw.
People v. Campbell, 2019 IL App (1st) 161640 (April). Episode 630 (Duration 11:07) Court is not insensitive to claims of “dropsy” testimony and “testilying.”
People v. Drake, 2019 IL 123734 (March). Episode 620 (Duration 9:39) Although the reversal is still good the lower court judgement that double jeopardy barred a retrial is reversed.
People v. Sanchez, 2019 IL App (3d) 160643 (March). Episode 608 (Duration 9:08) Defendant is arrested at his home where he found plastered and driven back to the crash scene by police.
People v. Holt, 2019 IL App (3d) 160504 (March). Episode 607 (Duration 7:12) The split deepens between the Second, Fourth and Third Districts on these burglary/retail theft convictions.
People v. Wise, 2019 IL App (2d) 160611 (February). Episode 600 (Duration 5:57) Drugs are found upstairs when defendant was downstairs, is this still armed violence?
People v. Swenson, 2019 IL App (2d) 160960 (February). Episode 597 (Duration 9:00) Defendant called up a private school to ask about their live shooter safety, then got himself promptly arrested.
People v. Day, 2019 IL App (4th) 160217 (January). Episode 588 (Duration 16:46) He wasn’t behind the wheel but state still proved he was driving.
In re N.A., 2018 IL App (1st) 181332 (December). Episode 578 (Duration 7:08) It it still appropriate to allow a conviction based on the word of one eyewitness?