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SCOCAL is a joint project between Justia and Stanford Law School Library. With annotations written by the Advanced Legal Research class at Stanford Law School, SCOCAL is where readers can locate free opinions from 1934 to the present, annotations, briefs, documents and news relating to California Supreme Court opinions.

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Rashidi v. Moser (April 13, 2015)
S214430 Decided December 15, 2014

Long Beach Police Officers Assn. v. City of Long Beach (April 13, 2015)
59 Cal.4th 59, 172 Cal. Rptr. 3d 56, 325 P.3d 460 Decided May 29, 2014

Packer v. Super. Ct. (April 13, 2015)
S213894 Decided December 11, 2014

People v. Chiu (April 13, 2015)
59 Cal. 4th 155, 172 Cal. Rptr. 3d 438, 325 P.3d 972 Decided June 2, 2014

Iskanian v. CLS Transportation (April 13, 2015)
59 Cal.4th 348 (2014); 327 P.3d 129 (Cal. 2014); 173 Cal. Rptr. 3d 289 (2014) Decided June 26, 2014

People v. Lavender (April 13, 2015)
S209975 Decided December 8, 2014

Riverside County Sheriff's Dept. v. Stiglitz (April 13, 2015)
60 Cal.4th 624 (2014); 339 P.3d 295 (2014); 181 Cal. Rptr. 3d 1 (2014) Decided December 1, 2014

Hudec v. Super. Ct. (April 11, 2015)
S213003 Decided January 5, 2015

People v. Centeno (April 9, 2015)
60 Cal.4th 659; 338 P.3d 938; 14 Cal. Daily Op Serv. 13,545; 2014 Daily Journal D.A.R. 16,015; No. S209957; 180 Cal.Rptr.3d 649; Decided December 4, 2014

Verdugo v. Target Corp. (April 9, 2015)
59 Cal. 4th 312; 173 Cal. Rptr. 3d 662; 327 P.3d 774; 2014 Daily Journal D.A.R. 8060 Decided June 23, 2014

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The Supreme Court sits at the apex of authority in the state's judicial system, and as such it may review decisions of the Courts of Appeal in order to settle important questions of law and ensure that the law is applied uniformly. The Supreme Court has considerable discretion in deciding which decisions to review, but it must review any case in which a trial court has imposed the death penalty. MORE >>