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NOBLE v. FRANCHISE TAX BD.

California Court of Appeal
Tax Law
Notwithstanding their intention to move to Colorado in the future, plaintiffs were residents of California for tax purposes at the time that certain...
05/11/2004 B167881

PEOPLE v. MENDOZA

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
Evidence is sufficient to support conviction for felony child molestation. The requirement of entry into an "inhabited dwelling house," as the term is...
05/11/2004 B166146

VALENTINE v. MEMBRILA INS. SERVS., INC.

California Court of Appeal
Injury & Tort Law, Insurance Law
A stipulated judgment containing a covenant not to execute cannot create a presumption of liability or damages in a suit against a negligent broker.
05/10/2004 B160568

FRANZOSI v. SANTA MONICA CMTY. COLL. DIST.

California Court of Appeal
Education Law, Labor & Employment Law
The 39-month period during which plaintiff could request reinstatement under Education Code section 87789 ran from the effective date of his...
05/10/2004 B168749

PEOPLE v. TAYLOR

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
Judgment in this criminal case is modified to reflect the imposition of a series of minor fees, and remanded to determine the amount of the court...
05/10/2004 C045469

TRADITIONAL CAT ASS'N, INC. v. GILBREATH

California Court of Appeal
Cyberspace Law, Injury & Tort Law
The single-publication rule applies to defamatory statements published on Internet Web sites; the rule's one-year statute of limitations bars...
05/06/2004 D041421

SIEBEL v. MITTLESTEADT

California Court of Appeal
Injury & Tort Law
Plaintiff could sue for malicious prosecution even when, following judgment in his favor on the underlying action, he and the opposing party reached a...
05/06/2004 H025069

PEOPLE v. CHAVEZ

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
First degree drive-by murder is not felony murder. Although premeditation is not required to establish the crime, a specific intent to kill is...
05/06/2004 F034110

CITY OF LODI v. RANDTRON

California Court of Appeal
Environmental Law, Government Law
An administrative abatement action order issued pursuant to the Comprehensive Municipal Environmental Response and Liability Ordinance is preempted by...
05/05/2004 C037445, C038921

F & H CONSTR. v. ITT HARTFORD INS. CO. OF THE MIDWEST

California Court of Appeal
Construction, Insurance Law
The insured delivered subgrade materials to plaintiff, and plaintiff used those materials in construction project before discovering the defect. This...
05/05/2004 C042707
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