Sometimes the California Supreme Court wants the Court of Appeal to reconsider its opinion. So it does.
And sometime this is what the Court of Appeal says:
"We filed our original opinion in this matter on April 11, 2014, and affirmed.
Subsequently, the Relators petitioned our Supreme Court for review, and that petition
was granted. On May 20, 2015, our Supreme Court transferred review of the matter to us
under California Rules of Court, rule 8.528(d) with instructions that we reconsider our
prior opinion in light of People ex rel. Harris v. PAC Anchor Transportation, Inc. (2014)
59 Cal.4th 772 (Pac Anchor).
After considering Pac Anchor, we conclude it has no application here, and again
affirm the trial court’s order."
Your turn, California Supreme Court.