California Court of Appeal - February 2002 Opinion Summaries

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CHEN v. COUNTY OF ORANGE

California Court of Appeal
Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Labor & Employment Law
The dismissal of a former district attorney's suit claiming marital status discrimination and retaliation by D.A.'s office was affirmed because mere...
02/15/2002 G027307

PEOPLE v. SNOW

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
Child molester defendant's conviction for a current single underlying offense, coupled with the true findings on his prior convictions, permits a...
02/15/2002 D035655

CITY OF LOS ANGELES v. SUPERIOR COURT OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY (DAVENPORT)

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
Although a criminal defendant's right to confidentiality must be protected in proceedings held pursuant to Evidence Code section 1043, whenever...
02/15/2002 B153002

PEOPLE v. JOHNSON

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
Because Pen. Code section 667.61(f) precludes the life term imposed under section 667.61 from being doubled under the three strikes law, and section...
02/14/2002 D035346

PEOPLE v. SUGARMAN

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
Highway patrol officer did not violate the Fourth Amendment by requiring plaintiff to take a blood test at a hospital after he frustrated the...
02/14/2002 B148414

PHILLIPS v. ST. MARY REG-L MED. CTR.

California Court of Appeal
Constitutional Law, Labor & Employment Law
Where plaintiff claimed that defendant violated the public policy set forth in the Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA), article I, section 8 of the...
02/14/2002 E029143

PEOPLE v. HAYKEL

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
Because assault by means of force likely to produce great bodily injury is not listed as a serious felony under Penal Code section 1192.7(c), a...
02/13/2002 G028079

PEOPLE v. MCNAMEE

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
Penal Code section 2933.2 bars presentence conduct credits against the determinate part of a sentence as well as the indeterminate part.
02/11/2002 E028823

IN RE: MARIBEL T.

California Court of Appeal
Family Law, Juvenile Law
Where the written custody order failed to conform to the juvenile court's oral order and imposed additional removal conditions that were not even...
02/11/2002 B150399

PEOPLE v. INIGUEZ

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
The inconsistency in required mental states, between simultaneously intending to do and not do the same act, makes the purported conspiracy to commit...
02/11/2002 C037230