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IN RE: CRYSTAL J.

California Court of Appeal
Family Law
A child lacks standing to appeal a court's ruling on the de facto parent motion because, while a child has in interest maintaining a relationship with...
09/10/2001 F037209

CITY OF STOCKTON v. ALBERT BROCCHINI FARMS, INC.

California Court of Appeal
Evidence, Property Law & Real Estate
In an eminent domain claim, income to be derived from placing landfill on a property is not akin to income from mineral or other natural resources on...
09/10/2001 C034813

EL-COM HARDWARE, INC. v. FIREMAN'S FUND INS. CO.

California Court of Appeal
Insurance Law
Complaint alleging insured "passing off," "palming off," and "offering to sell" in trade dress claim is sufficient to create a duty to defend under...
09/10/2001 A092998

PEOPLE v. RUIZ

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
Under Penal Code 1043(b)(2), a defendant may waive his presence at trial before jury selection.
09/10/2001 F033955

PEOPLE v. CASILLAS

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
Pleading and proof at the preliminary hearing of three separate violations which resulted in convictions of Driving Under the Influence is necessary...
09/10/2001 F034666

PEOPLE v. ROMAN

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
The judicial doctrine of abatement, which applies when the Legislature amends a criminal statute lessening punishment for an offense and intends the...
09/06/2001 b145118, b149269

IN RE EMMANUEL H.

California Court of Appeal
Family Law
Under Welfare and Institutions Code section 361.5, a court need not provide reunification services where reunification services were previously...
09/06/2001 B146128, B149246

IN RE JONATHAN D.

California Court of Appeal
Family Law, Indian Law
In order to substantially comply with the Indian Child Welfare Act, 25 USC 1901 et seq., a court must strictly comply with the 10-day notice provision...
09/05/2001 C037483

PEOPLE v. STEVENS

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
A criminal defendant may waive improper notice of hearing to determine ability to pay criminal defense fees under Penal Code section 987.8.
09/05/2001 C036593

LOVEJOY v. AT&T CORP.

California Court of Appeal
Communications Law, Injury & Tort Law
An allegation of "slamming", where plaintiff alleges that a phone carrier transferred his telephone number without his consent or knowledge, is...
09/05/2001 C034423
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