Thursday, November 02, 2006

People v. Dominguez (Cal. Supreme Ct. - Nov. 2, 2006)


Here's the entire text of the California Supreme Court's most recent modification to an opinion:

"The majority opinion is modified as follows.

The final sentence of the first paragraph on page 1162, which reads 'This issue was not raised in the Court of Appeal and is thus not properly raised in this court. (People v. Randle (2005) 35 Cal.4th 987, 1001.)' is deleted.

The phrase 'Assuming the issue was properly before us' in the first sentence of the second paragraph on page 1162 is deleted, so the sentence reads: 'We find no prejudicial error.'

This modification does not affect the judgment."

Or they could have said: "I guess we should have paid more attention the first time. But who cares. You're still gonna lose."