Monday, March 02, 2009

Sheehan v. San Francisco 49ers (Cal. Supreme Court - March 2, 2009)

Here's a sharply split 4-3 opinion by the California Supreme Court. Except for one thing. Each of the justices totally agrees. The only fight is about dicta: essentially, how much the Court wants to hint that the defendant might/should prevail on remand notwithstanding the fact that the Court is unanimously reversing the trial court's grant of a demurrer.

As for whether getting patted down by security guards at a football game violates your state right to privacy: Stay tuned.