January 2003 • Volume 91 • Number 1 • Pages 1-48
Section 110-4(b) bail provision found unconstitutional; DUI roadblock-stop conviction reversed; court not required to grant custodial parent's petition to modify visitation simply because she wishes to leave state; and more.
See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.
Answers to some of the most common legal ethics questions.
In Donaldson, the Illinois Supreme Court embraced the Frye standard for admitting scientific evidence and passed on Daubert. Here's a review.
The author argues that polygraph results should not be admissible to establish whether an insurer did or didn't act in good faith.
Pointers on using advance directives to help clients avoid guardianship and make life-and-death decisions before they lack capacity.
The virtual courtroom; it's about time.
Put your nose on a diet? Tone up your grammar skills? Here's a legal writer's list of New Year's resolutions.
What kinds of insurance does your practice need, and how much? Here's an overview.
Some leading litigation-related online resources.