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Section Newsletter Articles From Hon. John A. Wasilewski

Case notes By Hon. John A. Wasilewski, Hon. Richard D. Russo, Jessica Koester, Hon. Thomas A. Else, Ava George Stewart, and Mark Kevin Wykoff Criminal Justice, June 2013 Recent cases of interest to criminal law practitioners.
Case notes By Hon. John A. Wasilewski, Mark Kevin Wykoff, Sr., Steve Baker, and John J. Rekowski Criminal Justice, November 2011 Recent cases of interest to criminal attorneys.
Case summaries By David B. Franks and Hon. John A. Wasilewski Criminal Justice, May 2008 In 2000 the victim hired defendant and another individual to perform electrical work in her apartment. The project lasted several months.
The knock and announce requirement in search warrants By John A. Wasilewski Criminal Justice, March 2004 In Illinois, there is no statutory provision for the execution of a search warrant. In fact, the legislature has sought to excuse case law imposed knock and announce requirements by enacting legislation that would excuse the requirement with prior judicial approval
Expert Witnesses: A view from the bench By John A. Wasilewski General Practice, Solo, and Small Firm, February 2003 The expert witness can be a highly trained professional, with or without impeccable credentials, or can be a tradesman, mechanic or anyone who possesses special knowledge that would aid the fact-finder in making a decision.
Expert witnesses: A view from the bench By John A. Wasilewski Criminal Justice, December 2002 The expert witness is an indispensable witness in many court cases. Although a layperson can give an opinion as to many situations, the expert witness is necessary in many important cases.

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