State v. Salinas

Decision Date21 May 1992
Docket NumberNo. 58458-3,58458-3
Citation829 P.2d 1068,119 Wn.2d 192
CourtWashington Supreme Court
PartiesThe STATE of Washington, Respondent, v. Ruben R. SALINAS, Appellant.
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  • State v. Hankins
    • United States
    • Washington Court of Appeals
    • January 8, 2008
    ...A claim of insufficiency admits the truth of the State's evidence and all inferences that reasonably can be drawn therefrom. Salinas, 119 Wn.2d at 201. draw all reasonable inferences from the evidence in favor of the State and interpret them most strongly against the defendant. State v. Par......
  • State v. Carlson, No. 30419-8-II (WA 5/10/2006)
    • United States
    • Washington Supreme Court
    • May 10, 2006
    ...of insufficiency admits the truth of the State's evidence and all inferences that reasonably can be drawn from it. State v. Salinas, 119 Wn.2d 192, 201, 829 P.2d 1068 (1992). We must defer to the trier of fact on issues of conflicting testimony, credibility of witnesses, and the persuasiven......
  • City of Seattle v. McCready
    • United States
    • Washington Supreme Court
    • February 24, 1994
    ...activity disturbed or intruded upon legitimate entitlements of privacy under Washington law. See, e.g., State v. Salinas, 119 Wash.2d 192, 197-98, 829 P.2d 1068 (1992) (private conversations where one party consents to electronic recording of the conversation); State v. Boland, supra (garba......
  • State v. Trice
    • United States
    • Washington Court of Appeals
    • May 15, 2012
    ...of insufficiency admits the truth of the evidence and all reasonable inferences that a trier of fact can draw from that evidence. Salinas, 119 Wn.2d at 201. evidence and direct evidence are equally reliable. State v. Delmarter, 94 Wn.2d 634, 638, 618 P.2d 99 (1980). We defer to the trier of......
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  • Table of Cases
    • United States
    • Washington State Bar Association Washington Appellate Practice Deskbook (WSBA) Table of Cases
    • Invalid date
    ...23.2(1), 23.3, 23.7(3) State v. Saintcalle, 178 Wn.2d 34, 309 P.3d 326, cert. denied, 134 S. Ct. 831 (2013): 12.8(3) State v. Salinas, 119 Wn.2d 192, 829 P.2d 1068 (1992): 12.8(14) State v. Sandefer, 79 Wn. App. 178, 900 P.2d 1132 (1995): 4.3(1)(c) State v. Sansone, 127 Wn. App. 630, 111 P.......
  • The Origin of Article I, Section 7 of the Washington State Constitution
    • United States
    • Seattle University School of Law Seattle University Law Review No. 31-03, March 2008
    • Invalid date
    ...see also City of Seattle v. McCready, 123 Wash. 2d 260, 274, 868 P.2d 134, 141 (1994); State v. Salinas, 119 Wash. 2d 192, 202-03, 829 P.2d 1068, 1074 (1992); State v. Fields, 85 Wash. 2d 126, 130-33, 530 P.2d 284, 286-88 (1975) (Rosellini, J., 98. State v. Gunwall, 106 Wash. 2d 54, 68, 720......
  • § 12.8 Standard of Review Applied to Specific Rulings: Criminal Cases
    • United States
    • Washington State Bar Association Washington Appellate Practice Deskbook (WSBA) Chapter 12 Standard of Review
    • Invalid date
    ...could have found guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.'" State v. Gordon, 172 Wn.2d 671, 680, 260 P.3d 884 (2011) (quoting State v. Salinas, 119 Wn. 2d 192, 201, 829 P.2d 1068 (1992)). The legal component—whether the sentencing court's reasons justify a sentence outside the standard range—is rev......
  • State constitutional criminal adjudication in Washington since State v. Gunwall: "articulable, reasonable and reasoned" approach?
    • United States
    • Albany Law Review Vol. 60 No. 5, August 1997
    • August 6, 1997
    ...with the consent of one party to the conversation, by using a tipped receiver held by the consenting party); State v. Salinas, 829 P.2d 1068, 1071 (Wash. 1992) (concluding that the defendant had no right to privacy under article 1, section 7 of Washington Constitution where one party consen......
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