Published Opinions · January 22, 2009
90 Cal.App.4th 215 , 108 Cal.Rptr.2d 553
[No. B149818. Second Dist., Div. Five. June 26, 2001.]
MICHAEL FRANK GOODWIN, Petitioner, v. THE SUPERIOR COURT OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY, Respondent; Los ANGELES COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT et al., Real Parties in Interest.
(Superior Court of Los Angeles County, No. VS009335, John A. Torribio, Judge.)
(Opinion by Willhite, J. with Turner, P.J., and Armstrong, J., concurring.) [90 Cal.App.4th 217]
Jeffrey S. Benice for Petitioner.
No appearance on behalf of Respondent.
Steve Cooley, District Attorney, Brentford J. Ferreira and Shirley S. N. Sun, Deputy District Attorneys, for Real Parties in Interest. [90 Cal.App.4th 218]
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