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People v. Howard
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View this case and other resources at: Citation. Cal. Sup. Ct., 34 Cal. 4th 1129, 104 P.3d 107 (2005) (1998) Brief Fact Summary. Howard (D) was involved in fleeing from the police in a high-speed chase when he ran into and killed another motorist. He was convicted of felony murder. Synopsis of Rule of Law. Driving with deliberate or gross lack of regard for the safety of persons or property while fleeing from a police officer who is chasing one is not an inherently dangerous felony under the felony-murder rule. ...

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I. REGULATION OF SPEECH BECAUSE OF ITS CONTENT Schenck v. United States (S.Ct. 1919) Facts: Ds mailed leaflets demanding that the public "Assert Your Rights" and peacefully express opposition to the draft during World War One. ...

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Flake v. Greensboro News Co. (1938) Facts: A picture of Flake was mistakenly used in an advertisement without her consent. ...

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Hawkins v. McGee (1929) Facts: A surgeon guaranteed that the plaintiffs hand operation would be 100 percent successful. The plaintiff sued for breach of warranty when the operation was not successful. ...

Blakely v. Washington
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