Docket No. 1050.

142 Cal.App.2d 59 (1956)

298 P.2d 29

THE PEOPLE, Appellant, v. ADAM ACOSTA, Respondent.

Court of Appeals of California, Fourth District.

May 31, 1956.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Edmund G. Brown, Attorney General, William E. James, Deputy Attorney General, James Don Keller, District Attorney, and Jack R. Levitt, Deputy District Attorney, for Appellant.

Thomas Whelan for Respondent.


After a preliminary hearing defendant and respondent was charged by information with the crime of having in his possession a narcotic, without describing it. After information filed in the superior court, defendant's counsel moved to set it aside under section 995 of the Penal Code and the motion was granted. The People appealed.

The question before the trial court was whether defendant was illegally committed, or committed without reasonable or...

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