(1) People v. Infante (Daniel), S206084 (To be called and continued to the January 2014 calendar)
Decision below reported at 209 Cal.App.4th 987. The court limited review to the following issue: Did the Court of Appeal correctly determine that defendant committed independent felonious conduct that elevated his otherwise misdemeanor firearm possession to a felony and supported the charge of being an active participant in a criminal street gang in violation of Penal Code section 186.22, subdivision (a)?
(2) Ennabe (Faiez), Individually and as Administrator, etc., et al. v. Manosa (Carlos) et al., S189577
Decision below reported at 190 Cal.App.4th 707. This case presents the following issues: (1) Is a person who hosts a party at a residence, and who furnishes alcoholic beverages and charges an admission fee to uninvited guests, a “social host” within the meaning of Civil Code section 1714, subdivision (c), and hence immune from civil liability for furnishing alcoholic beverages? (2) Under the circumstances here, does such a person fall within an exception stated by Business and Professions Code section 25602.1 to the ordinary immunity from civil liability for furnishing alcoholic beverages provided by Business and Professions Code section 25602, subdivision (b)?
(3) In re Lira (Johnny) on Habeas Corpus, S204582
Decision below reported at 207 Cal.App.4th 531. This case presents the following issue: Is a life prisoner who is granted parole on a pre-1983 offense entitled to credit against the applicable five-year parole period for the time he or she was incarcerated following the Governor’s improper reversal of a prior grant of parole?
(4) In re Grant (Gary D.) on Discipline, S197503
Decision below unpublished. Petition for writ of review after a State Bar Court recommendation of discipline. This case presents the following issue: Did the felony conviction for possession of child pornography suffered by the member of the State Bar in this case involve moral turpitude warranting the member’s disbarment rather than lesser discipline?
(5) People v. Jackson (Jonathan), S086269 [Automatic Appeal]
This matter is an automatic appeal from a judgment of death.