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5 Cal. 4th 750 *; 855 P.2d 729 **; 21 Cal. Rptr. 2d 509 ***; 1993 Cal. LEXIS 3652 ****; 93 Daily Journal DAR 9761; 93 Cal. Daily Op. Service 5736
In re WILLIAM JOHN CLARK on Habeas Corpus.
Subsequent History: Rehearing denied by In re Clark, 1993 Cal. LEXIS 4964 (Cal., Sept. 22, 1993)
Prior History: [****1] Superior Court of Los Angeles County, No. A083960, Harry Mock, Jr., Judge
In re Clark, 1991 Cal. LEXIS 4668 (Cal., Oct. 16, 1991)
Disposition: The order to show cause is discharged and the petition for writ of habeas corpus denied.
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