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Shaun Martin

Nah, this isn't the first. Wikipedia has been cited over a dozen times; indeed, one of the first couple of citations was way back in 2004, in an unpublished opinion by Justice Sills. (The first, I believe, was a published 11th Circuit opinion, which beat out Justice Sills by a couple of months.)

Kimberly

Thanks, Shaun. I knew someone out there with free Westlaw could check it. Sounds like this may be the first published California Court of Appeal opinion to cite Wikipedia.

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