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People v. Thrasher, No. B209219

By FindLaw Staff on August 24, 2009 | Last updated on March 21, 2019

In a perjury prosecution, dismissal of the information against defendant is affirmed where an alleged loan defendant had failed to disclose on a government form relating to political contributions was not in fact a loan, but rather an obligation for past due rent.

Read People v. Thrasher, No. B209219

Appellate Information

Filed August 21, 2009


Opinion by Judge Rubin


For Appellant:

Phyllis Asayama, Deputy District Attorney, Los Angeles, CA

Natasha S. Cooper, Deputy District Attorney, Los Angeles, CA

For Respondent:

Kevin Barry McDermott, Los Angeles, CA

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