Brian Reidy – LeVine, Wittenberg, Shugan & Schatz

People v. Cathey

Appellate decision in People v. Cathey

Successfully argued that the post-conviction act did not support the defendant's pro se claims. This opinion, however, was subsequently removed. The Illinois Supreme Court granted leave for appeal, People v. Cathey, 949 N.E.2d…more
| Criminal Law
People v. Edward

Appellate decision in People v. Edward

Successfully argued that a person does not have a reasonable expectation of privacy in a City of Chicago's trash can. The defendant stole merchandise and store it in a City trash can. He argued that the police lacked probable…more
| Criminal Law
People v. Wheeler

Appellate decision in People v. Wheeler

This was subsequently vacated and reconsidered after an Illinois Supreme Court ruling, but it was later affirmed in an unpublished opinion. In sum, I successfully argued that a failure to strictly comply with a Supreme court…more
| Criminal Law

No Jury Rigging in the Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit: An Analysis of Jury Testimony to Impeach Jury Verdicts

Following a federal jury trial, losing litigants may seek a new trial by challenging, or impeaching, the validity of the jury's verdict. It is well recognized that, unlike fine wine, steaks, and cheese, lawsuits do not improve…more
| Civil Procedure, Civil Remedies, Constitutional Law
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