California Court of Appeal - October 2005 Opinion Summaries

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People v. Ribera

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure
Where there is penetration into a victim's anus by a perpetrator's sexual organ, it is sodomy in violation of Penal Code section 286, even if the...
10/04/2005 F045300

People v. Kenneth S.

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure, Juvenile Law
Dismissal of defendant-minor's petition, alleging that he committed robbery and battery, is reversed where the juvenile court improperly found that...
10/04/2005 B178488

Oakland Raiders v. NFL

California Court of Appeal
Entertainment Law
The National Football League (NFL) and its commissioner do not stand in a fiduciary relationship with the Oakland Raiders, a member club of the NFL.
10/04/2005 H026688

In re Moore

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure, Habeas Corpus
Plaintiff's petition for habeas relief is denied where he did not meet his burden of showing that his counsel's performance rendered the result of his...
10/04/2005 D045553

People v. Willie

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure, Injury & Tort Law, Sentencing
The sentencing judge's release of funds taken from defendant upon his arrest, to pay the Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board in...
10/03/2005 A106952

Kaufman v. Performance Plastering, Inc.

California Court of Appeal
Civil Procedure, Evidence
Plaintiff's motion for judicial notice of enrolled bill reports is granted where the reports are instructive on matters of legislative intent.
10/03/2005 C049391

Herzberg v. County of Plumas

California Court of Appeal
Agriculture, Constitutional Law
Defendant-County's ordinance, which declared certain areas of land to be areas devoted chiefly to the grazing of livestock, is not unconstitutional.
10/03/2005 C048130

People v. Delgadillo

California Court of Appeal
Criminal Law & Procedure, Evidence, Habeas Corpus
Defendant's conviction for drug manufacturing is affirmed over his claim that the evidence was insufficient to support the jury's verdict.
10/03/2005 E034767
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