Tuesday, September 06, 2005

Salisbury v. County of Orange (Cal. Ct. App. - Aug. 17, 2005)

Oops. Particularly when you publish an opinion, double-check to make sure that you didn't get the parties confused when you issued the judgment. Otherwise you'll have to do what Justice Sills does here: amend his prior opinion to award costs to the appellant (who won) rather than the respondents (who lost).

Just a reminder that a little proofreading goes a long way. (Of course, I say this notwithstanding the plethora of typos, spelling errors, and grammatical flaws that exist throughout this blog. My only defense is that I don't particularly care, since nothing in the blog -- unlike in a judicial opinion -- actually matters to anyone. Except for any loyal readers, of course. Who are probably immune at this point. Hopefully, anyway.)