Criminal Nuggets | A Criminal Law Podcast
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Smart lawyers know the caselaw. Here, practicing attorneys are injected with all the latest criminal nuggets of valuable legal information. Listeners walk into criminal court immune from ignorance on the latest decisions.
The tidbits and key points Illinois appellate judges are making are no longer hidden in voluminous text. For the first time in their careers, practitioners don't have to invest the enormous amounts of time usually required to sift through hundreds of pages of legal text. Now, their ears serve as the portals to vast, instant knowledge.
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Top 13 Illinois Supreme Court Criminal Law Cases In 2017
6 days ago
These are the top 13 most important criminal law cases released by Illinois Supreme Court in 2017. Episode 522 (Duration 37:42) 2017 Top 13 Illinois Criminal Law Cases Released By The Illinois Supreme Court Here's a quick snapshot of the top cases: 1. People v. Holmes Illinois Supreme Court adopts the federal rule in holding that gun arrests before Aguilar are supported by probable cause. 2. People v. Brooks Defendant is taken to the hospital kicking and screaming literally against his will and his blood is drawn. 3. People v. Way This was the appellate court decision that reversed the aggravated DUI conviction. 4. People v. Hardman Is is sufficient for a couple officers to testify they are familiar with the neighborhood and that the building is a school? 5. People v. Fort Illinois Supreme Court says State must charge second degree murder if they want to continue with adult sentencing after they lose a first degree murder count. 6. People v. Ayres What does defendant have to say to trigger a Krankel inquiry? 7. People v. Shinaul State is not allowed to reinstate charges after Defendant vacates an invalidated Aguilar AUUW conviction. 8. People v. Howard Illinois Supreme Court upholds the constitutionality of anti loitering statute for sex offenders. 9. People v. Pearse Illinois Supreme Court acknowledges that SORA is a big bloody mess and calls for legislative clarification and police practice changes. 10. People v. Sebby Supreme Court explains how plain error analysis works. 11. People v. Brown Defendant plead guilty because he was told his sentence was a 50% case when in fact it was an 85% case. 12. People v. Relerford Just a small part of the Illinois stalking statute was declared unconstitutional. 13. People v. Ringland Prosecutors cannot designated officials with general policing power.Read more »