Supreme Court of California - April 2013 Opinion Summaries

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McWilliams v. City of Long Beach

Supreme Court of California
Class Actions, Communications Law, Government Law, Tax Law
Judgment of the Court of Appeals allowing suit challenging the defendant's telephone users tax (TUT) and seeking refund of the taxes paid to proceed,...
04/25/2013 S202037

People v. McCullough

Supreme Court of California
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing, Government Law
A defendant who fails to contest the booking fee when the court imposes it forfeits the right to challenge it on appeal, and therefore the trial...
04/22/2013 S192513

People v. Nuckles

Supreme Court of California
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
A person who intentionally aids a parolee in absconding from parole supervision qualifies as an accessory under Penal Code section 32, and the Court...
04/22/2013 S200612

People v. Clancey

Supreme Court of California
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
In defendant's challenge to the Court of Appeals determination that defendant's five-year sentence was the product of an unlawful judicial plea...
04/18/2013 S200158

People v. Anzalone

Supreme Court of California
Criminal Law & Procedure
Noncompliance with Penal Code section 1149, which requires the court to ask the jury foreperson or the jurors to affirm their verdict, is a procedural...
04/15/2013 S192536

People v. Leiva

Supreme Court of California
Criminal Law & Procedure
In the context of a summary revocation of probation, the tolling provision of Penal Code section 1203.2(a) preserves the trial court's authority to...
04/08/2013 S192176

People v. Carbajal

Supreme Court of California
Criminal Law & Procedure
Retrial on the multiple sexual abuse victim allegation was not barred by double jeopardy, where: 1) the trial court departed from the procedures...
04/08/2013 S195600

People v. Delgado

Supreme Court of California
Criminal Law & Procedure
Conviction of robbery and kidnapping for the purpose of robbery is affirmed, where: 1) the trial court was required to instruct on aiding and abetting...
04/04/2013 S192704