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Kemps v. Beshwate, No. F056377

By FindLaw Staff on December 31, 2009 | Last updated on March 21, 2019

Trial court's order striking plaintiff's complaint upon the granting of an anti-SLAPP motion, arising from plaintiff's arrest on a bench warrant involving her alleged failure to appear as a subpoenaed witness in a murder trial, is affirmed as plaintiff's tort claims against the defendants are barred by the Civil Code section 47(b) and she has failed to demonstrate she probably would prevail in the present action.   

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Appellate Information

Filed December 30, 2009


Opinion by Judge Vartabedian

For Appellant:   Wilkins, Drolshagen & Czeshinski, James H. Wilkins and Quentin C. Cedar

For Appellee:   Law Offices of Bennett & Sharpe, Inc., Barry J. Bennett, Thomas M. Sharpe, Elaine M. Yama and Heather N. Phillips, Bonetati, Kincaid & Kincaid, Inc., Marilyn L. Bonetati and Michelle C. Edborg

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