Docket No. 3178.

142 Cal.App.2d 400 (1956)

298 P.2d 118

THE PEOPLE, Appellant, v. BOCK LEUNG CHEW, Respondent.

Court of Appeals of California, First District, Division Two.

June 19, 1956.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Edmund G. Brown, Attorney General, Clarence A. Linn, Assistant Attorney General, and Victor Griffith, Deputy Attorney General, for Appellant.

Benjamin M. Davis for Respondent.


Defendant was charged with possessing a preparation of yen shee in violation of Health and Safety Code, section 11500. His motion to set the information aside (Pen. Code, § 995) was granted on the ground that all of the evidence against him was obtained by an illegal search and seizure in violation of his constitutional rights. The People appeal.

At the preliminary hearing Police Officer McKinley testified that on the evening of April 5, 1955...

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