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PEOPLE v. MOLINA

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
Possession of another's cancelled credit card constitutes possession of access card account information with respect to an access card validly issued...
07/07/2004 B169153

JOHNSON v. LEWIS

California Court of Appeal
Injury & Tort Law
Court found plaintiff's tort claims of false arrest, assault and battery totally without merit. Plaintiff was arrested by an arson investigator with...
07/07/2004 C043427

K.R.L. PARTNERSHIP v. THE SUPERIOR COURT OF ALPINE COUNTY

California Court of Appeal
Civil Procedure
A plaintiff/cross-defendant against whom a compulsory cross-complaint has been filed cannot seek a change of venue under section 396b of the Code of...
07/07/2004 C045847

COUNTRY VILLA CLAREMONT HEALTHCARE CENTER, INC. v. THE SUPERIOR COURT OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY

California Court of Appeal
Elder Law
Elder Abuse and Dependent Adult Civil Protection Act section 425.13(a) is inapplicable to punitive damage claims in actions where the gravamen of the...
07/06/2004 B172019

MAINTAIN OUR DESERT ENVIRONMENT v. TOWN OF APPLE VALLEY

California Court of Appeal
Construction, Environmental Law
Trial court did not err when it denied a writ seeking to set aside approval of a development project because defendant town did comply with mandatory...
07/02/2004 E033904

HOWARD JARVIS TAXPAYERS ASSN. v. CITY OF SAN DIEGO

California Court of Appeal
Tax Law
Defendants successfully challenged a judgment that upheld a ballot initiative requiring voter approval by a two-thirds super majority margin of any...
07/01/2004 D042801

BAXTER HEALTHCARE CORP. v. DENTON

California Court of Appeal
Environmental Law, Health Law
Because defendant established that its chemical poses no significant risk of causing cancer in humans, defendant was entitled to a judgment declaring...
07/01/2004 C043352
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