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  2. People v. Gonzalez - California Supreme Court Resources

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    The City of Los Angeles brought a civil public nuisance action in the superior court, and, on April 27, 1993, secured a preliminary injunction limiting the activities of members of the Blythe Street Gang within a certain [12 Cal.4th 809] geographical area of Los Angeles. Among other things, the injunction prohibited gang members from using or ...

  3. John v. Superior Court of Los Angeles County - US Law, Case ...

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    Superior Court, supra, 166 Cal.App.4th 32, 41, to the extent it could be interpreted as precluding a Court of Appeal from declaring an in propria persona defendant on appeal to be a vexatious litigant under section 391. 11 expansive interpretation — defining appealing defendants as plaintiffs and responding plaintiffs as defendants — would ...

  4. Lyons v. Superior Court :: :: Supreme Court of California ...

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    Winthrop, 148 Wash. 526 [269 P. 793, 795, 59 A.L.R. 1265], the court saying: "It is plain, we think, by this record, that appellant's conduct, viewed by the court as contemptuous, consisted in his inexcusable absence from the court when the case of Lynch v.

  5. Motown Record Corp. v. Superior Court (Brockert) (1984 ...

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    Let a peremptory writ of mandate issue directing respondent to amend and modify its order of November 15, 1983, in Los Angeles Superior Court case No. C 420886, entitled Motown Record Corporation et al. v. Tina [155 Cal. App. 3d 493] Marie Brockert et al., to vacate that portion of that order finding a blanket waiver of privilege as to ...

  6. IN RE: DOLLY D. | FindLaw

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    Section 31 of the Dependency Proceedings Manual of the Los Angeles County Superior Court, which addresses mediation, provides in subdivision  B) (4) that “ [t]he participation of parents, children (if appropriate), Department of Children's Services Mediation Court Officers, Court-appointed Special Advocates and all counsel is required at all Mediation Conferences.”

  7. LYONS v. SUPERIOR COURT IN AND FOR COUNTY LOS ANGELES | FindLaw

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    The real holding in those cases is that the requirement of an affidavit may be waived rather than that the contempt was direct. Such holding is, of course, contrary to the law. Phillips v. Superior Court, 22 Cal.2d 256, 137 P.2d 838; Frowley v. Superior Court, 158 Cal. 220, 110 P. 817; In re Davis, 31 Cal.2d 451, 189 P.2d 283.

  8. Moore v. Superior Court :: 2020 - US Law, Case Law, Codes ...

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    After a hearing, respondent court convicted Moore of four counts of civil contempt, imposed a $900 fine for each count ($3,600 total), and ordered the payment of attorney fees and costs to the opposing party. Moore challenged all four contempt convictions and the associated sanctions.

  9. Taylor v. Superior Court, 598 P.2d 854, 157 Cal. Rptr. 693 ...

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    Opinion for Taylor v. Superior Court, 598 P.2d 854, 157 Cal. Rptr. 693, 24 Cal. 3d 890 — Brought to you by Free Law Project, a non-profit dedicated to creating high quality open legal information.

  10. 166 PC - Can I go to jail for "contempt of court" in California?

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    Jan 09, 2021 · Penal Code 166 PC sets forth specific conduct that constitutes “contempt of court.” Examples of illegal conduct are: engaging in disrespectful behavior in a court proceeding (e.g. being loud / a breach of the peace / taunting the court clerk), willfully disobeying a lawful written order of the court, refusing to be sworn in as a witness,

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