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22 Cal. 3d 258 *; 583 P.2d 748 **; 148 Cal. Rptr. 890 ***; 1978 Cal. LEXIS 287 ****
THE PEOPLE, Plaintiff and Respondent, v. JAMES MICHAEL WHEELER et al., Defendants and Appellants
Subsequent History: [****1] The petitions of all the parties for a rehearing were denied October 25, 1978. Clark, J., and Richardson, J., were of the opinion that the respondent's petition should be granted.
Prior History: Superior Court of Los Angeles County, No. A439988, William E. McGinley, Judge.
Disposition: The judgments are reversed.
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