Cal. Highway Patrol v. Superior Ct. (Quigley), H029406
In case where real party was cited for not complying with the motorcycle safety helmet law, petition for writ of mandate challenging an order directing petitioner-CHP to sign off on certificates of correction for real party's infractions, if and when he presented a complying helmet, is granted as the trial court erred in making the CHP violations correctable.
- Decided 01/04/2008
- Published 01/04/2008
- California Court of Appeal
- For Appellant:
- Bill Lockyer and Edmund G. Brown, Jr., Attorneys General, James M. Humes, Chief Assistant Attorney General, Jacob A. Appelsmith, Senior Assistant Attorney General, Miguel A. Neri, Supervising Deputy Attorney General, Fiel D. Tigno, Supervising Deputy Attorney General, Karen Kiyo Huster, Deputy Attorney General, for Petitioner, California Highway Patrol., Lascher & Lascher, Wendy Cole Lascher, Ventura, for Real Party in Interest, Richard J. Quigley.