The Cal. Supremes will not issue any new cases tomorrow, Thursday.
Summary of Cases Accepted and Related Actions for Week of February 18, 2013
S207165. (C067353; 210 Cal.App.4th 1035; Sacramento County Superior Court; JV125361.)
Petition for review after the Court of Appeal reversed an order in a juvenile wardship proceeding.
This case presents the following issue: Does Welfare and Institutions Code section 733, subdivision (c), preclude committing a juvenile ward to the Division of Juvenile Justice if the wardship petition includes both qualifying and non-qualifying offenses and the most recent offense is a non-qualifying one?
Summary of Cases Accepted and Related Actions for Week of February 11, 2013
#13-16 People v. Biane
S207250. (E054422, E054735, E054737, E054738; nonpublished opinion; San Bernardino County Superior Court; FSB1102102.)
Petition for review after the Court of Appeal affirmed in part and reversed in part orders in a criminal proceeding and granted in part petitions for peremptory writ of mandate.
This case includes the following issue: Can a defendant be charged with both offering a bribe to another person and aiding and abetting the receipt of the bribe by that person?
#13-17 People v. Chandler
S207542. (E054154; 211 Cal.App.4th 114; Riverside County Superior Court; SWF027980.)
Petition for review after the Court of Appeal affirmed a judgment of conviction of a criminal offense.
This case presents the following issue: Did the trial court err by failing to instruct the jury that the crime of attempting to make criminal threat — like the completed crime of making a criminal threat (Pen. Code, § 422) — requires that it be reasonable under the circumstances for the victim to have been in sustained fear?
#13-19 Luis M. v. Superior Court
S207314. (B238460; 210 Cal.App.4th 982; MJ20593.)
Petition for review after the Court of Appeal vacated an order in a juvenile wardship proceeding. This case presents the following issue: Could the restitution order in this case of felony vandalism for acts of graffiti be based on the victim city’s average.
The Cal. Supremes won’t issue any new cases Monday.
The Cal. Supremes will not issue any new criminal cases today.
No new cases tomorrow, from the Cal. Supremes
The Cal. Supremes won’t issue any opinions today, Monday