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Illinois Rules of Evidence By Hon. Donald C. Hudson Bench and Bar, November 2010 Read about the new codified rules of evidence, which will govern proceedings in all Illinois courts as of January 1, 2011.
From the United States Supreme Court By Donald C. Hudson Criminal Justice, September 2000 On October 13, 1995 an anonymous caller reported to the Miami-Dade Police that a young black male standing at a particular bus stop and wearing a plaid shirt was carrying a gun.
From the United States Supreme Court By Donald C. Hudson Criminal Justice, June 2000 The respondent was convicted of sodomy and weapons possession in New York. The respondent testified in his own defense at trial stating that he had consensual intercourse with the alleged victim.
From the United States Supreme Court By Donald C. Hudson Criminal Justice, April 2000 The respondent Wardlow fled upon seeing police officers patrolling an area known for heavy narcotics trafficking.
From the United States Supreme Court By Donald C. Hudson Criminal Justice, November 1999 Accused's Sixth Amendment right to confront witnesses was violated by admitting into evidence at his trial a non-testifying accomplice's confession that contained some statements against the accomplice's penal interest and others that inculpated the accused.
From the United States Supreme Court By Donald C. Hudson Criminal Justice, July 1999 Police officers may search a passenger's personal belongings inside an automobile when they have probable cause to believe the automobile contains contraband.
From the United States Supreme Court By Donald C. Hudson Criminal Justice, April 1999 When police seize property for a criminal investigation, the due process clause does not require them to provide the owner with notice of state remedies for the return of the property seized.
From the United States Supreme Court By Donald C. Hudson Criminal Justice, February 1999 Respondents and the lessee of an apartment were sitting in one of its rooms bagging cocaine.

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