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People v. Hall, C060359

Defendant's robbery and related convictions are affirmed in part where: 1) defendant did not show that the admission of evidence of a prior carjacking had any prejudicial effect on the jury; 2) defendants did not point to anything about a field showup here that was unduly suggestive; and 3) a person who carries a concealed, loaded firearm that was not registered to him in a private place may be guilty of violating Cal. Penal Code section 12025 without violating section 12031. However, defendants' convictions are reversed in part where they could not be convicted of both counts of receiving stolen property because receipt/possession of more than one item of stolen property at the same time constituted a single offense.

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  • Decided 03/30/2010
  • Published 03/30/2010

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  • California Court of Appeal

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