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PEOPLE v. CLAEYS

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
Where police observed plaintiff's readily visible pot plants from a neighboring property, defendant's Fourth Amendment rights stopped at his own...
03/26/2002 G027481

JARROW FORMULAS, INC. v. LAMARCHE

California Court of Appeal
Civil Procedure, Injury & Tort Law
A malicious prosecution complaint can be subject to a special motion to strike under Code of Civil Procedure section 425.16, and where defendant and...
03/25/2002 B146708

PEOPLE v. BLACK

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
In the context of a residential search, requiring pre-search knowledge of probationary search conditions includes persons on probation that are...
03/22/2002 F033914

GEE v. WORKERS' COMP. APPEALS BD.

California Court of Appeal
Injury & Tort Law, Workers' Compensation
Where the Workers' Compensation Appeals Board (WCAB) weighed the relevant medical evidence without applying the treating physician's presumption of...
03/22/2002 F038425

RENEE v. SUPERIOR COURT OF ORANGE COUNTY (O.C.S.S.A.)

California Court of Appeal
Civil Procedure, Family Law, Juvenile Law
The trial court erred in applying the California Supreme Court's interpretation of Welfare and Institutions Code section 361.5(b)(10), because the...
03/22/2002 G029791

PEOPLE v. ARROYAS

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
A misdemeanor, vandalism with less than $400 in damage, may become a felony for sentencing purposes, when committed in violation of Penal Code section...
03/22/2002 B147995

IN RE: MARRIAGE OF RASSIER

California Court of Appeal
Family Law
A California court does not have the power to modify a spousal support order issued by a Florida court, notwithstanding the fact that neither of the...
03/22/2002 B145310

PEOPLE v. TURNER

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
The imposition of laboratory fees and penalties on a criminal defendant does not violate the doctrine of separation of powers, even where the state...
03/22/2002 C037315

ARNAIZ v. COUNTY OF SAN JOAQUIN

California Court of Appeal
Civil Procedure, Property Law & Real Estate
An order granting a motion to vacate a voluntary dismissal is not an appealable order, but appeal may be treated as a petition for a writ of mandate.
03/21/2002 C035433

LOW v. LAN

California Court of Appeal
Civil Procedure, Insurance Law
The statute of limitations for a post-insolvency action to recover money paid to a creditor of the insolvent company within four months of the...
03/21/2002 G023366
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