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PEOPLE v. PESCADOR

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
A judge, substituted into a trial following three days of testimony, can fairly and competently preside without first reading all prior testimony, as...
06/08/2004 C042759

PEOPLE v. POSLOF

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
Court denied defendant's appeal, which was based on alleged errors in jury instructions regarding the "willfulness" requirement of Penal Code Section...
06/07/2004 E033503

PEOPLE v. MCHUGH

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
In a DUI case, arrest otherwise reasonable under the Fourth Amendment does not become unreasonable for purposes of the exclusionary rule merely...
06/07/2004 D042148

IN RE: WASIF M.

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure, Evidence, Juvenile Law
There was sufficient evidence to establish juvenile defendant's violation of Penal Code section 219.2, which requires the specific intent to strike or...
06/04/2004 B166776

PEOPLE v. ARJON

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
The trial court did not err in refusing to hear a Renewed Section 995 Motion, nor did the denial result in any prejudice to the plaintiff.
06/04/2004 B164650

IN RE: PEOPLE v. VERONIQUE P.

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure, Juvenile Law
Despite the trial court's error in relying on a written form in gaining a confession, the record clearly supports a finding that the juvenile...
06/04/2004 F043917

PEOPLE v. STEWART

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
Defendant was wrongly sentenced to three life terms because all three offenses were committed against a single victim during a single occasion....
06/03/2004 C040094

LOVEJOY v. AT&T CORP.

California Court of Appeal
Communications Law, Contracts
Court found there was a triable issue of fact as to whether Defendant Phone Company was guilty of fraudulent concealment by failing to disclose...
06/03/2004 C043320

KILROY v. STATE OF CALIFORNIA

California Court of Appeal
Civil Procedure, Government Law
Factual findings in a prior judicial opinion are not a proper subject of judicial notice. Governmental immunity applies to actions of CHP officer,...
06/02/2004 C044877
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