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The Illinois Supreme Court handed down one opinion on Wednesday, October 28. In People v. Casler, the Supreme Court reversed and remanded a defendant’s conviction for obstructing justice when he provided a false name to police. People v. Casler By Kerry J. Bryson, Office of the State Appellate Defender Two Carbondale police officers were on foot patrol of a local hotel when they saw Rasheed Casler open a hotel room door, step out into the hallway, and then immediately retreat back into the hotel room when Casler saw the officers. One of the officers recognized Casler, not by name, but… Continue Reading Quick Take on Illinois Supreme Court Opinion Issued Wednesday, October 28, 2020