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Kling v. Superior Court, No. B208748

By FindLaw Staff on September 02, 2009 4:35 PM

In a petition for a writ of prohibition to compel respondent superior court to vacate its order granting the prosecution's motion to unseal reporters' transcripts of in camera hearings conducted pursuant to Penal Code section 1326(c), the petition is granted where no statutory or constitutional authority permits disclosure to the prosecution of the names of the third parties to whom defense subpoenas have been issued or the nature of the records produced.   

Read Kling v. Superior Court, No. B208748

Appellate Information

Filed August 31, 2009

Judges

Opinion by Judge Gilbert

Counsel

For Appellant:

Duane Dammeyer, Public Defender, Michael C. McMahon, Chief Deputy

For Respondent:

Gregory D. Totten, District Attorney, Michael D. Schwartz, Special Assistant District Attorney, Cheryl M. Temple, Senior Deputy District Attorney

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