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PEOPLE v. FEASTER

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure, Evidence
Misdemeanor negligent discharge of a firearm constitutes a crime of moral turpitude, but the trial court did not abuse its discretion in excluding a...
10/10/2002 B153449

ROJAS v. LOS ANGELES COUNTY SUPERIOR COURT (COFFIN)

California Court of Appeal
Civil Procedure, Dispute Resolution & Arbitration, Evidence
The mediation privilege of Evidence Code sections 1119 and 1120 does not apply to factual material or raw physical evidence, and only provides...
10/10/2002 B158391

LACHAPELLE v. TOYOTA MOTOR CREDIT CORP.

California Court of Appeal
Commercial Law, Consumer Protection Law
A lessee has a right to rescind a lease agreement, notwithstanding its assignment, for a violation of the Vehicle Leasing Act, only if the violation...
10/09/2002 A093355/095611

PEOPLE v. WILLIAMS

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure, Evidence
Trial court's allowing a prosecuting witness to testify by prior videotape recording did not deny defendant the right to confront witnesses, to be...
10/09/2002 B152020

PEOPLE v. KONOW

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
The court erred by granting a Penal Code section 995 motion to set aside an information, because section 1385 does not confer a statutory privilege...
10/09/2002 D037680

OCHELTREE v. GOURLEY

California Court of Appeal
Administrative Law, Civil Procedure, Transportation
The trial court erred in ruling on the merits of a petition for writ of mandate after suspension of a driver's license, where it made its decision...
10/09/2002 B155440

WOZNIAK v. LUCUTZ

California Court of Appeal
Civil Procedure
Where a complaint contained a clear, unambiguous and valid remission clause that was not stricken or amended prior to or during trial, court had no...
10/09/2002 B152997

PEOPLE v. EL

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
Although the trial court erred by proceeding in a pro se defendant's absence, after his removal from the courtroom during opening argument, the error...
10/09/2002 B153599

PEOPLE v. BETTS

California Court of Appeal
Civil Procedure, Criminal Law & Procedure
In a criminal action, subject matter jurisdiction is a matter for the court to determine when the jurisdictional facts are controverted, and pretrial...
10/08/2002 E029720

JANE DOE 1 v. CITY OF MURRIETA

California Court of Appeal
Injury & Tort Law, Labor & Employment Law, Government Law
A police officer was not acting in the course and scope of his employment when he sexually abused plaintiffs, thus city and police department cannot...
10/08/2002 E029190
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