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PEOPLE v. PEREZ

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
Evidence failed to support the jury's finding that the attempted murder was committed for the benefit of a criminal street gang within the meaning of...
04/29/2004 B165450

MARTINEZ v. MASTER PROT. CORP.

California Court of Appeal
Dispute Resolution & Arbitration, Labor & Employment Law
Defendant's arbitration agreement, which provides that all claims related to plaintiff's employment are subject to arbitration, is procedurally and...
04/29/2004 B166087

PEOPLE v. CERVANTES

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure, Evidence
Admission into evidence of a statement made by one criminal defendant to his neighbor regarding the shooting did not violate the other two defendants'...
04/29/2004 B150919

PEOPLE v. PARKS

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
Defendant did not impliedly consent to conviction of a lesser related offense. Having acquitted him of attempted murder and all lesser included...
04/28/2004 B165435

PAINE v. FRANCHISE TAX BD.

California Court of Appeal
Tax Law
As former Revenue and Taxation Code section 17544 does not preclude taxation of plaintiffs for the guaranteed payments they received after becoming...
04/28/2004 A102401

CUEVAS v. TRULINE CORP.

California Court of Appeal
Injury & Tort Law, Insurance Law
(Industry: Autos)

Negligence claim was improperly dismissed for fear of an inconsistent verdict; the arbitrator's finding of defendants' one percent fault did not bind...
04/28/2004 B163733

DIAL 800 v. FESBINDER

California Court of Appeal
Attorney's Fees, Dispute Resolution & Arbitration, International Law
Defendants' private agreement to arbitrate their dispute before a religious tribunal in Israel did not deprive the trial court of subject matter...
04/28/2004 B167032

PEOPLE v. TAYLOR

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
Five-year prior serious felony sentence enhancement must be stricken, because the jury specifically found that defendant did not inflict great bodily...
04/28/2004 D042152

SACRAMENTO POLICE OFFICERS ASS'N v. CITY OF SACRAMENTO

California Court of Appeal
Government Law, Labor & Employment Law
City's decision to hire retirees in response to a short-term staffing shortage in a work force concerned with public protection involves a question of...
04/27/2004 C042093, C043377

SWEAT v. BIG TIME AUTO RACING, INC.

California Court of Appeal
Entertainment Law, Injury & Tort Law
The act of negligence which allegedly caused the collapse of the speedway's pit-area bleachers is not reasonably related to the purpose of the waiver...
04/27/2004 F043071
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