SPRINGFIELD — While Cortez Turner was in a hospital room being treated for a gunshot wound to his leg in 2016, police took his clothes. Now, the Illinois Supreme Court is weighing whether that action violated Turner’s expectation of privacy under the Fourth Amendment.The arguments in the case were among several heard by the high court Tuesday, including a case that could change how police handle certain firearms possession violations.Turner was ultimately convicted of perjury and murder in 2019, at least …