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This is what truly efficient legal learning looks like. Samuel Partida, Jr. has a way of turning dry, criminal court decisions into understandable bits of valuable knowledge. The nuggets of information just plop out of the cases. Sam has a knack of focusing on the choices made by the people, the lawyers and the judges in the cases. Under this kind of learning regime, the lessons just naturally fall out of the discussion. Anyone with a desire to learn the criminal law in a fundamental way wil ...
 
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Scott’s Law in Illinois is the requirement that drivers slow down and move over when police cars or other emergency vehicles are stopped on the roadway. Scott’s Law Basically Says… Scott’s law requires that a driver proceed cautiously when an emergency vehicle is stopped and Move over and change lanes and/or Slow down if changing lanes is impossibl…
 
After Illinois passed the Cannabis Regulation and Tax Act which became effective in 2020, can police still search a car when they smell cannabis? The Old “Smell Of Weed Rule” In Illinois Before Decriminalization Of 2020 The warrantless search of a car is authorized “where a trained and experienced police officer detects the odor of cannabis emanati…
 
Episode 724 (Duration 33:57). Chicago defense attorney Peter Lewis explains what a litigant can do when their criminal discovery is missing the police body cam video. In This Case... The State's Attorney's position is if they didn't get it from the police then it doesn't exist. Attorney Peter Lewis Am I Entitled To Have The Police Body Cam In My Ca…
 
Illinois v. Caballes, 543 U.S. 405 (2005). SCOTIS Notice (Duration 1:43) This is the SCOTUS case that set the framework for the use of drug dogs in the United States. [insert mp3 player] This opinion normalized the use of drug dogs by police departments during traffic stops. The case concluded that police don't need a warrant when they walk a drug …
 
People v. Rowell, 229 Ill. 2nd 82 (May 2008). Episode 686 (Duration 31:58) What's the best way to handle legally insufficient criminal charges? In this episode you get a feel for what it's like working in the criminal law. Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | Android | RSS | Direct Download APPLE PODCASTS GOOGLE PODCASTS SPOTIFY …
 
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