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Oral Argument
Tuesday February 02, 2021
9:00 am - 3:30 pm

Supreme Court Oral Arguments for February 2, 2021

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All opinions are now posted.

 

 

(1) In re E.F., S260839
View Argument | Opinion filed 4-19-21

The court limited review to the following issue: When the prosecution moves for a temporary restraining order in a juvenile wardship proceeding without having given advance notice to the minor, must it be shown that: (a) “great or irreparable injury will result” before the matter could be heard with proper notice, and (b) the prosecution notified the minor within a reasonable time prior to the hearing regarding when and where the order would be sought, or attempted the notify the minor, or for specified reasons should not have been required to notify the minor? (See Welf. & Inst. Code, § 213.5, subd. (b); Code of Civ. Proc., § 527, subd. (c).)

(2)  Stancil (Edward) v. Superior Court of San Mateo County (City of Redwood City, Real Party in Interest), S253783
View Argument | Opinion filed 5-3-21

The court issued an order to show cause and limited review to the following issue:  Is a motion to quash service of summons the proper remedy to test whether a complaint states a cause of action for unlawful detainer?

(3)  People v. Nieves (Sandi Dawn), [Automatic Appeal], S092410
View Argument | Opinion filed 5-3-21

This matter is an automatic appeal from a judgment of death.

(4)  People v. Vivar (Robert Landeros), S260270
View Argument | Opinion filed 5-3-21

This case presents the following issue: Did the Court of Appeal err in ruling that defendant failed to demonstrate prejudice within the meaning of Penal Code section 1473.7 from trial counsel’s failure to properly advise him of the immigration consequences of his plea?

(5) People v. Steskal (Maurice Gerald), [Automatic Appeal], S122611
View Argument | Opinion filed 4-29-21

This matter is an automatic appeal from a judgment of death.