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BALTAYAN v. GETEMYAN

California Court of Appeal
Civil Procedure
Plaintiff's successful application for in forma pauperis status required trial court to vacate order requiring him to post an undertaking pursuant to...
07/30/2001 B136807

ANTHONY L. v. SUPERIOR COURT OF ORANGE COUNTY (PEOPLE)

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
Penal Code section 186.22(d), specifying punishment for crimes committed for the benefit of a criminal street gang, applies to all gang-related...
07/27/2001 G027381

PEOPLE v. GORDON

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
Ceramic pieces of a spark plug are not burglar's tools under Penal Code section 466.
07/27/2001 D035265

PEOPLE v. ASHBURN

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
Stop and impound search of car for expired registration is valid despite defendant's payment of vehicle registration one day prior to stop.
07/25/2001 C036029

PEOPLE v. HUTCHINS

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
Use of the CALJIC No. 17.41.1 instruction on juror misconduct does not impermissibly undermine the independence of the jury requiring per se reversal...
07/25/2001 A092450

PEOPLE v. HARDACRE

California Court of Appeal
Civil Procedure
The appointment of an expert at the preparation stage of the show cause hearing for a sexually violent predator, under Welfare and Institutions Code...
07/25/2001 B143800

GURSEY, SCHNEIDER & CO. v. WASSER, ROSENSON & CARTER

California Court of Appeal
Ethics & Professional Responsibility, Legal Malpractice
Public policy does not bar an accountant's indemnity suit against a lawyer where a shared client originally sued both lawyer and accountant for...
07/25/2001 B142728

PEOPLE v. RAMIREZ

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
A waiver of future credits does not present a justiciable issue reviewable on appeal because such a waiver does not expose the defendant to...
07/25/2001 A090876

GUIDOTTI v. LOCKYER

California Court of Appeal

A husband's testamentary trust that gives his wife the net income for life, but only if she does not remarry or live with a man as though married, is...
07/25/2001 B145085

ROBERTSON v. SUPERIOR COURT OF MARIN COUNTY (BROOKS)

California Court of Appeal
Property Law & Real Estate
An action under Civil Code section 3412 to cancel "a wholly void instrument" may be subject to a statute of limitations defense.
07/25/2001 A093924
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