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IN RE: EDWARD RAMIREZ

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
The applicable standard for reviewing parole release date decisions is the "arbitrary or capricious" standard while factual determinations are...
12/12/2001 A092699

ELLARD v. CONWAY

California Court of Appeal
Civil Procedure
Under Code of Civil Procedure 415.20(b), substitute service at a private/commercial post office box may be proper.
12/12/2001 G024339

IN RE: KRISTINE W.

California Court of Appeal
Evidence, Family Law
The psychotherapist-patient privilege protects a juvenile's confidential communications and details of the therapy, but does not preclude the...
12/12/2001 D038074

IGNACIO R. v. SUPERIOR COURT (PEOPLE)

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
Double jeopardy ban against double punishment does not prohibit the state from using the same current criminal conduct to both revoke a juvenile's...
12/12/2001 D038164

PEOPLE v. SMITH

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
In an ordinary criminal case, a trial court should not appoint special counsel to represent defendant's "wishes" with respect to whether defendant...
12/12/2001 C036886

MARK L. v. MARCI S.

California Court of Appeal
Family Law
Under Family Code section 7631, a biological father that defeats the presumption of paternity against the mother's husband must still show that...
12/11/2001 G029019

PEOPLE v. POST

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
Unless a deposition transcript in a workers compensation matter is executed by the deponent, the crime of perjury cannot be committed under Pen. Code...
12/11/2001 B143588

IN RE: EMMANUEL R.

California Court of Appeal
Family Law
The Interstate Compact on Placement of Children, Fam. Code 7900 et seq., does not prevent a California court from ordering visitation between a...
12/11/2001 A095992

INTEL CORP. v. HAMIDI

California Court of Appeal
Cyberspace Law, Injury & Tort Law
Mass emailing to a company's employees against company's express wishes and by deliberately evading company's counter-measures may constitute a...
12/11/2001 C033076

SOLIS v. KIRKWOOD RESORT CO.

California Court of Appeal
Injury & Tort Law
Release agreement that limited activity to certain days of the week does not apply to injuries that occurred in a non-specified day even if it...
12/11/2001 C036987
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