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Yesterday, the Supreme Court denied the petition for rehearing in Mervyn's. My original post on the rehearing petition is here.
The Supreme Court also denied the request for partial publication of the Court of Appeal's opinion in Branick. That opinion will remain uncitable. My original post on the publication request is here.
Still no activity in any of the "grant and hold" Prop. 64 retroactivity cases, which are listed here.
Posted by Kimberly A. Kralowec at 05:00 AM in Prop. 64 - Supreme Court | Permalink
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