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The minor called The officers brought the two men to the front of the house for an in-field identification. The child, from upstairs in the house, identified Bedolla and his associate as the individuals he has seen outside his house. Officers found visible damage to the closed front door, consistent with other burglaries with front door damage. Before trial, the prosecutor had moved in limine to impeach Bedolla with a juvenile adjudication from for carrying a loaded firearm while in a public place Penal Code section a .
The trial court expressed the view that whether the firearm offense qualified as a crime of moral turpitude was an open question, and found some risk in prejudicing the jury given that the attempted burglary charge did not involve a weapon. At trial, Bedolla repeatedly denied lying to avoid responsibility for prior crimes, but admitted to committing a felony non-theft-related crime of moral turpitude.
Ultimately, the jury convicted Bedolla of attempted first degree burglary. The trial court sentenced Bedolla to time served and placed Bedolla on three years of formal probation and imposed fines and fees. Bedolla appealed. Harris 37 Cal.
Lee 28 Cal. The Court, citing People v. Castro 38 Cal. Aguilar addressed the admissibility of impeachment evidence based on a prior felony conviction for carrying a concealed weapon in a vehicle. This in turn, under Castro , was sufficient to make that crime relevant to his credibility. Accordingly, the Court of Appeal held that a prior violation of Penal Code section a was admissible to impeach.veronique-esthetique.fr/includes/143.php
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The Court further concluded the trial court did not abuse its discretion in admitting the sanitized impeachment evidence, finding the trial court properly assessed the relevant factors and the admission was not unreasonable, much less arbitrary or capricious. In complying with public records requests, agencies may under Government Code section In January , the Guild served public records requests paper and electronic on the City of Hayward relating to a December public demonstration in Berkeley at which the Hayward Police Department provided security.
The City provided the Guild with copies of well over public records, including over six hours of police body camera videos from the Berkeley demonstration. The body camera videos had been redacted to exclude material exempt from disclosure under the California Public Records Act  CPRA for privacy or security reasons. City employees spent about hours identifying, compiling, reviewing and redacting exempt portions from these videos, which were among thousands of hours of police videos stored on the Internet and accessible only by certain personnel through a password-protected external website.
The City then sent an invoice to the Guild to recoup costs for the production of the resultant videos. The Guild paid under protest and received nearly four more hours of police body cam video. The Guild then requested a second set of videos. The City promptly complied, allowing the Guild to see the redacted videos free of charge. The City also offered to produce physical copies for a charge to recover some of its production charge. The Guild instead petitioned for relief by means of a refund of its payment for the initial set of requested videos, for and release of the second set of videos for only the direct costs of production.
The City appealed. Held : The First District Court of Appeal of California considered the issue on appeal to be one of statutory construction. Was the City entitled under Government Code section The Court explained that under Cal. Yet privacy considerations apply, and existing privacy rights are not superseded by the constitutional grant of public access. I, section 3 b 3. Government Code section a. Under Section The Court determined that 1 lawmakers were aware the cost of redacting exempt information from electronic records would in many cases exceed the cost of redacting such information from paper records, and so therefore 2 drafted Section These broadened circumstances were to include, among other items, when the agency must incur costs to acquire and utilize special computer programming to extract exempt material from otherwise disclosable electronic public records.
Accordingly, the Court concluded based on the language of the statute, the legislative history, and policy considerations that the costs allowable under Section Code, sections , subds. People v. Williams 34 Cal. Proposition 57 was approved by California voters in I, section 32, subd. Petitioner Vicenson D. He sustained the convictions that triggered his sentence — felon in possession of a firearm Pen.
Code, former section and evading a police officer while driving recklessly Veh. Code, section The Second District affirmed these convictions and the sentence imposed with modifications on direct appeal. Edwards filed a habeas corpus petition challenging the regulations that CDCR promulgated which made him ineligible to seek Proposition 57 relief. The Court of Appeal issued an order directing CDCR to show cause why the relief sought in the petition should not be granted.
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After CDCR promulgated final regulations, the Court solicited briefs from the parties concerning the final regulations prior to its decision. The Court observed that, according to the text of Proposition 57, its goals were to: protect and enhance public safety; save money by reducing wasteful spending on prisons; prevent federal courts from indiscriminately releasing prisoners; and to stop the revolving door of crime by emphasizing rehabilitation, especially for juveniles.
The Court of Appeal focused on the text of Section 32 a 1 that advanced these purposes. Turner Cal. Edwards had already completed that term, and, the Court determined, was therefore now eligible for early parole consideration. Code Regs. He was handcuffed, sitting right outside of the lockup, right at its door, and next to his attorney. The deputy immediately went to wash her face.
Valdez was charged with battery by gassing in violation of Penal Code section The Court explained the well-established course it would follow in assessing the meaning of the section, citing People v. The Court would also consider the consequences of its choice of interpretation. Finding the first two steps unsuccessful in resolving the issue, the Court turned to the reason and practicality step.
The purpose of the battery by gassing statute is to deter individuals in custody from spitting on, or throwing feces or urine on, peace officers. An inmate who spits on a deputy just after she has brought him through the door and into the courtroom—where he plainly remains detained and in custody—would not. We decline to endorse such a result. The Second District explained that here, Valdez, an inmate in the county jail, was transported to the courthouse for his court appearance and then returned to the county jail to await trial.
The Court determined that giving Section Facts : Hugo Alexander Argumedo was a member of City of Commerce City Council who pled guilty for misdemeanor obstruction of justice in December relating to a prior public statement. In accordance with the plea agreement, the criminal court dismissed a felony perjury count. The court found a factual basis for the plea, but the facts supporting the plea were not stated on the record. Complying with the plea agreement, Argumedo immediately resigned from the City Council and did not run for nor hold any public office for his probation term of three years.
He then ran again and was reelected to the City Council in March Ambiguities are to be resolved in favor of eligibility to office. Commission on Qualifications of Judicial Appointments 14 Cal. The Court found misdemeanor obstruction of justice was not one of the specifically enumerated crimes disqualifying a person from holding public office. The Second District observed that that the trial court did not state for the record its particular basis for the plea and Argumedo did not admit any specific facts.
This movement may be in a horizontal, vertical, or rotatory direction. Alcohol intoxication is believed by some investigators to increase the frequency and amplitude of HGN and to cause HGN to occur at a smaller angle of deviation from the forward direction.
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