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Newsletter articles from 2006

Recent traffic cases and cases of interest By James J. Ahern August 2006 Miranda warnings are not required if a person is not “in custody” before his arrest. People v. Jeffers, No. 2-05-03900, ___ Ill.App.3d ___, ___ N.E.2d ___, ___ Ill.Dec. ___ (2nd Dist. 2006).
Recent traffic cases and cases of interest By James J. Ahern January 2006 Probable cause exists when the facts known to the officer at the time of the arrest are sufficient to lead a reasonably cautious person to believe that the person arrested has committed a crime.
Summary of traffic-related decisions published in the official reports By Hon. Daniel M. Locallo June 2006 NOTE: This is the second half of the Traffic Related Decisions Summary. The first half appeared in the last edition of the Newsletter.
Summary of traffic-related decisions published in the official reports By Hon. Daniel M. Locallo May 2006 NOTE: This is the first half of the Traffic-Related Decisions Summary. The second half will be published in the next edition of the Newsletter