- People v. Duarte-Lara, 052220 CAAPP1, A157186
- Salari v. Superior Court (The People), 052220 CAAPP2, B295511
- People v. Palmer, 052220 CAAPP4-1, D074240
- SLPR, L.L.C. v. San Diego Unified Port District, 052220 CAAPP4-1, D074958
- Verrazono v. Gehl Co., 052220 CAAPP1, A152318
- Fadeeff v. State Farm General Insurance Co., 052220 CAAPP1, A155691
- Kramer v. Amcord Inc., 052220 CAAPP1, A155821
- SL Environmental Law Group, PC v. Robins Borghei, LLP, 052220 CAAPP1, A155906
- In re Juan H., 052220 CAAPP1, A156788
- In re Caden C., 052220 CAAPP1, A158063
- 63 Cal.4th 411, S045423, People v. Sanchez
After a jury trial, Defendant was convicted of two counts of first degree murder, attempted murder, twenty-six counts of robbery, two counts of attempted robbery, five counts of assault with a deadly weapon, and two counts of assaults with a stun gun. The jury returned a verdict of death, and the...
- 4 Cal.5th 299, S241231, People v. Superior Court (Pablo Ullisses Lara)
The defendant was charged in adult criminal court with sex crimes allegedly committed in 2014 and 2015 when he was 14 and 15 years old. The law then in effect permitted the prosecutor to charge the case directly in adult court. After the charges were filed, the electorate passed Proposition 57, the ...
- 52 Cal.4th 856, S045078, People v. Clark
- 62 Cal.4th 1, S055856, People v. Romero
Defendants Orlando Gene Romero and Christopher Self were convicted of three counts of first-degree murder, four counts of premeditated attempted murder, and numerous other crimes. The trial court entered judgments of death. The Supreme Court (1) reversed Self’s conviction for the robbery of Albert...
- 6 Cal.5th 817, S238941, Goonewardene v. ADP, LLC
- 35 Cal.4th 646, S030644, People v. Roldan
- 56 Cal.4th 203, S181004, Harris v. City of Santa Monica
- 62 Cal.4th 394, S115872, People v. Sandoval
After a jury trial, Defendant was convicted of premeditated murder and attempted murder. The jury found that the murder was committed with the special circumstance that the victim was a peace officer engaged in the lawful performance of his duties and that it was committed by means of lying in wait ...
- 20 Cal.4th 546, S005970, People v. Hart
- 62 Cal.4th 204, S217763, Center for Biological Diversity v. Department of Fish & Wildlife