The People v. Johnson D069398 Court Case Public Record

  • Details

    Case TitleThe People v. Johnson
    Case NumberD069398
    Case TypeCR
    StateCalifornia, CA
    CountyAll Counties
    CourtAppellate Court
    Court Address4th Appellate District Division 1
    Phone
    Field Date
    Close Date10/31/2016
  • Parties

    CounselNameType
    Sabrina Yasmin Lane-Erwin
    Office of the Attorney General
    P.O. Box 85266
    San Diego, CA 92186-5266

    The People
    Plaintiff and Respondent
    Patrick J. Hennessey
    2356 Moore St., Suite 201
    San Diego, CA 92110

    Robert Johnson
    Defendant and Appellant
  • Docket (Register of Actions)
    Date Description Notes
    12/15/2015 Notice of appeal lodged/received (criminal). Filed December 10, 2015 - Johnson
    01/05/2016 RECORD ON APPEAL FILED.************ CT-1 (15 pgs.), RT-1 (6 pgs.) 1 yr., 4 mths.
    01/13/2016 Counsel appointment order filed. Atty. Patrick Hennessey for appellant. AOB extended to 2/22/16.
    02/10/2016 APPELLANT'S OPENING BRIEF. Defendant and Appellant: Robert Johnson Attorney: Patrick J. Hennessey
    03/21/2016 Respondent notified pursuant to rule 8.220(a)(2).
    04/14/2016 RESPONDENT'S BRIEF. Plaintiff and Respondent: The People Attorney: Sabrina Yasmin Lane-Erwin
    04/14/2016 Oral argument waiver notice sent. 5/16
    04/15/2016 APPELLANT'S REPLY BRIEF. Defendant and Appellant: Robert Johnson Attorney: Patrick J. Hennessey
    04/14/2016 CASE FULLY BRIEFED.
    10/17/2016 Submission order filed.
    10/31/2016 Opinion filed. (Signed Unpublished) We affirm the December 2, 2015 order denying Johnson's application to designate as a misdemeanor his felony conviction for receiving stolen property. This affirmance is without prejudice to the superior court's consideration of a subsequent application by Johnson that offers evidence of his eligibility for the requested relief.
  • Disposition
    Description: Affirmed in full
    Date: 10/31/2016
    Status: Final We affirm the December 2, 2015 order denying Johnson's application to designate as a misdemeanor his felony conviction for receiving stolen property. This affirmance is without prejudice to the superior court's consideration of a subsequent application by Johnson that offers evidence of his eligibility for the requested relief.
    Publication Status: Signed Unpublished
    Author: Irion, Joan K.
    Participants: Aaron, Cynthia G. (Concur) Benke, Patricia D. (Concur)
    Case Citation: none