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D.D. v. Pitcher ((2022) ___Cal.App.5th___ [2022 Cal. App. LEXIS 523].)

Thu Jun 23rd, 2022 by  Cases of Interest

During the voir dire procedure, a trial court has discretion to restrict the content of a brief opening statement or to disallow a brief opening statement if it contains objectionable matter, despite the phrase “shall allow a brief opening statement” in California Code of Civil Procedure section 225.5(d).

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