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BAGRATION v. SUPERIOR COURT OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY (PEOPLE)

California Court of Appeal
Civil Procedure, Criminal Law & Procedure
Unlike reciprocal Civil Discovery Act procedures, Code of Civil Procedure section 437c could not be incorporated in Sexually Violent Predators (SVP)...
08/07/2003 B166721

PEOPLE v. HULLAND

California Court of Appeal
Constitutional Law, Criminal Law & Procedure, Evidence
An officer who purchased drugs from a defendant, then waited 52 days before seeking a warrant to search two residences where the defendant allegedly...
08/06/2003 B160371

BARTON v. ALEXANDER HAMILTON LIFE INS. CO. OF AM.

California Court of Appeal
Civil Procedure, Injury & Tort Law, Insurance Law
Petition for rehearing is denied where the trial court: 1) had jurisdiction to enter its order limiting the new trial to compensatory damages, and 2)...
08/06/2003 E030085

PEOPLE v. SALAZAR

California Court of Appeal
Constitutional Law, Criminal Law & Procedure, Evidence, Habeas Corpus
Murder conviction is vacated where a Brady violation occurred and the information which should have been provided to defendant affected jury's...
08/05/2003 B117225, B137034

PEOPLE v. WRIGHT

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
Murder conviction reversed where the trial court erred in the guilt phase by preventing the jury from hearing directly from witnesses who observed...
08/04/2003 C039031

LOW v. GOLDEN EAGLE INS. CO.

California Court of Appeal
Construction, Insurance Law
In a rare case where an insured tendered a defense and then negotiated a settlement on its own, leaving the insurer in the dark, the trial court...
08/01/2003 A097703

PEOPLE v. WILLIAMS

California Court of Appeal
Constitutional Law, Criminal Law & Procedure
A petition under Penal Code sections 2970 and 29721, to extend defendant's commitment as a mentally disordered offender, is a civil commitment...
08/01/2003 D039730

WHELIHAN v. ESPINOZA

California Court of Appeal
Admiralty, Injury & Tort Law
Sections 655(a) and 655.7(c) of the Harbors and Navigation Code do not displace application of primary assumption of risk to the sport of jet skiing.
08/01/2003 C042145
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