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Case summaries By George D. Lenard, Hon. Daniel M. Locallo, John J. O’Gara, Jr., and Ron Lewis Criminal Justice, April 2009 Recent cases of interest to criminal law attorneys.
Summary of traffic-related decisions published in the official reports By Hon. Daniel M. Locallo Criminal Justice, June 2006 NOTE: This is the second half of the Traffic Related Decisions Summary.
Summary of traffic-related decisions published in the official reports By Hon. Daniel M. Locallo Traffic Laws and Courts, 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 Traffic Laws and Courts, 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
Summary of traffic-related decisions published in the official reports By Hon. Daniel M. Locallo Criminal Justice, April 2006 NOTE: This is the first half of the Traffic-Related Decisions Summary.
The right to fitness hearings for defendants on psychotropic medication: evolving positions, “Brandon” to “Kinkead” to “Burgess” to “Mitchell” By Daniel M. Locallo Criminal Justice, May 2000 Since 1994, the fitness to stand trial of defendants receiving psychotropic drugs or other medications under medical direction has been addressed by both the judiciary and the legislature.
Summary of traffic related decision published in the official reports for the year 1999 By Daniel M. Locallo Criminal Justice, April 2000 Defendant was convicted of DUI by a jury. On the day of her trial, defendant requested a continuance to seek private counsel because she and her appointed attorney did not agree on certain matters.
Summary of death penalty decisions published in the official reports issued by the Illinois Supreme Court By Daniel M. Locallo Criminal Justice, March 2000 The author wishes to express that this summary concerns the procedural and substantive caselaw established by the Supreme Court of Illinois.
Summary of death penalty decisions published in the Official Reports or issued by the Illinois Supreme Court for 1998 By Daniel M. Locallo Criminal Justice, May 1999 The author wishes to express that this summary concerns the procedural and substantive case law established by the Supreme Court of Illinois. The summary intentionally does not cover any of the issues regarding the constitutionality of the death penalty.
Summary of traffic-related decisions published in the Official Reports for 1998 By Daniel M. Locallo Criminal Justice, April 1999 Defendant was convicted of DUI following an arrest for that charge on June 24, 1995.
Considerations regarding confessions of juveniles By Daniel M. Locallo Criminal Justice, February 1999 Under the Juvenile Court Act (705 ILCS 405/5-6 (West 1992)), a law enforcement officer who takes a minor into custody shall immediately make reasonable attempt to notify the parent and shall without unnecessary delay take the minor to the nearest juvenile officer.

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