In California, as in other states and the federal system, in criminal proceedings it is the trial that is the main arena for determining the guilt or innocence of an accused defendant and, in a capital case, for determining whether or not the death penalty should appropriately be imposed on the defendant for the offense at issue. At trial, a defendant is afforded counsel and a panoply of...
IN RE ROBBINS
77 Cal.Rptr.2d 153 (1998)
959 P.2d 311
18 Cal.4th 770
In re Malcolm J. ROBBINS, On Habeas Corpus.
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August 3, 1998.
Rehearing Denied September 23, 1998.
Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
Daniel E. Lungren, Attorney General, George Williamson, Chief Assistant Attorney General, Carol Wendelin Pollack, Assistant Attorney General, Susan Lee Frierson, Donald E. DeNicola and Marc J. Nolan, Deputy Attorneys General, for Respondent.
Kent S. Scheidegger and Charles L. Hobson, Sacramento, as Amici Curiae on behalf of Respondent.
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