Illinois Supreme Court extends “Hot Pursuit” Doctrine to include misdemeanors
Traffic Laws and Courts
, September 2008
In People v. Wear, 2008 WL 2840571 (Ill.Sup.Ct. 2008), the Illinois Supreme Court upheld the defendant’s driving under the influence conviction finding that probable cause existed to place him under arrest while the defendant was still in a public place and that the defendant’s subsequent arrest inside his home was justified by the “hot pursuit” doctrine.
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