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Can Illinois Prosecutors Introduce Evidence Of “Other Crimes” To Prove My Guilt?

By Patel Law, PC |

One of the basic rules of criminal law in Illinois is that a jury cannot convict a defendant because they think he is a bad person. The State’s Attorney cannot introduce evidence of “other crimes” the defendant may have committed simply to show they have a propensity to commit the crime for which they… Read More »

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