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A juvenile defendant's petition for a writ of prohibition to bar the juvenile court from imposing a Fourth Amendment waiver condition is granted and the condition vacated as a juvenile court does not have the authority to impose a Fourth Amendment waiver as a condition of informal supervision under Welfare and Inst. Code sections 654 and 654.2.
Filed December 11, 2009
Opinion by Judge Huffman
For Appellee: Bonnie M. Dumanis, District Attorney and James E. Pitts, Deputy District Attorney
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