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People v. R.P., No. B208425

By FindLaw Staff on August 10, 2009 | Last updated on March 21, 2019

Juvenile court order continuing defendant as a ward of the state and imposing a probation condition prohibiting him from possessing any dangerous or deadly weapon is affirmed where: 1) there is no merit to defendant's claim that the probation condition is unconstitutionally vague as the condition has a plain common-sense meaning and is sufficiently precise for defendant to know what is required of him; and 2) the mere possibility peace officers may attempt to enforce the probation condition as a strict liability offense does not render the condition unconstitutional.    

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Appellate Information
APPEAL from an order of the Superior Court of Los Angeles County, Stephanie M. Davis, Judge. Affirmed.
Filed: August 7, 2009

Opinion by KLEIN, P.J.

For Plaintiff: Edmund G. Brown, Jr., Attorney General, Pamela C. Hamanaka, Assistant Attorney General, Susan D. Martynec and Robert M. Snider, Deputy Attorneys General.

For Defendant: Torres & Torres, Tonja R. Torres, under appointment by the Court of Appeal.

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