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.Docket No. 109649. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE STAT OF ILLINOIS THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF ILLINOIS, Appellant, v. JAMES ALMORE, Appellee. Opinion filed March 24, 2011. JUSTICE BURKE delivered the judgment of the court, with opinion. Chief Just ice Kilbride and Justices Freeman, Thomas, Garman, Karmeier, and Theis concurred in he judgment and opinion. OPINION Defendant Ja mes Almore was ound uilty of nvoluntary manslaughter in relation to the death of two-year-old Ethan Hamilton. Almore was ater entenced to an extended term of years' imprisonment pursuant to section 9-3(f) of the Criminal Code of 1961 (Code) (720 ILCS 5/9-3(f) (West 2006)). The extended sentence was based on the Cook County circuit court's finding hat defendant and the victim were "family or household members" as that term is defined in section 112A-3(3) of the Code of Criminal Procedure of 1963 (725 ILCS 5/112A-3(3) (West 2006)). On appeal, the appellate co urt affirmed de fendant's co nviction, but vacated defendan
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- contactCity: Springfield
- contactOrganization: Illinois Supreme Court
- contactPhoneNumber: 217-782-7821
- contactState: IL
- contactZipCode: 62701-1720
- dateCreated: 03 24 2011
- dateLastModified: 03 24 2011
- description: JUSTICE BURKE delivered the judgment of the court, with opinion.Chief Justice Kilbride and Justices Freeman, Thomas, Garman, Karmeier, and Theis concurred in the judgment and opinion. In 2006, a two-year-old boy was pronounced dead at the Chicago hospital to which he was taken after being found lifeless in the apartment where this defendant was living temporarily with his aunt. Defendant had no residence of his own.
- govType: State
- language: EN-English
- numberOrIssue: March 24
- originatorDepartment: Supreme Court
- originatorJurisdiction: Illinois
- originatorOffice: Illinois
- volumeOrYear: 2011