8:30 A.M. Doors open
9:30 A.M. Welcoming remarks and first case
C068893 The People v. Joanna Lorraine Peterson (See below for briefs.)
10:00 A.M. Second case
C067130 Talbert Garland v. Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board (See below for briefs.)
10:30 A.M. Question and answer session with audience
11:30 A.M. Court session ends
Seating in the courtroom is expected to be very limited, but arrangements are being made to make the proceedings available to all interested students and visitors in overflow classrooms and via the many video screens throughout King Hall. More details will be made available as they become available.
Cases to Be HeardC068893 The People v. Joanna Lorraine Peterson
Appellant's Opening Brief: http://www.law.ucdavis.edu/publications-broadcasts/files/California_v_Peterson_AOB.pdf
Respondent's Brief: http://www.law.ucdavis.edu/publications-broadcasts/files/California_v_Peterson_RB.PDF
Appellant's Reply Brief: http://www.law.ucdavis.edu/publications-broadcasts/files/California_v_Peterson_ARB.PDFC067130 Talbert Garland c. Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board
Appellant's Opening Brief: http://www.law.ucdavis.edu/publications-broadcasts/files/Garland_v_CVRWCB_AOB.PDF
Respondent's Brief: http://www.law.ucdavis.edu/publications-broadcasts/files/Garland_v_CVRWCB_RB.PDF
Appellant's Reply Brief: http://www.law.ucdavis.edu/publications-broadcasts/files/Garland_v_CVRWCB_ARB.PDFFor those planning to attend the arguments in the Kalmanovitz Appellate Courtroom, the following procedures/requirements apply. Security Screening Procedures
As always, every person will be screened prior to entering the courtroom. This process includes walking through a magnetic metal detector and/or manual screening through a magnetic hand held metal detector. Any personal item you carry into the courtroom (wallets, small bags or purses) will be hand searched. In order to expedite your entrance into the courtroom, we request the following:No electronic devices of ANY KIND are allowed in the courtroom.
These items include but are not limited to cell phones, pagers, palm pilots/PDAs, remote control car door openers and recording devices.Please do not bring any backpacks or large bags into the session.
If you are planning to take notes, it is recommended that you bring only a note pad and a pencil or pen.Any items that would be construed as a weapon will not be allowed into the courtroom.
This includes but is not limited to pocketknives, letter openers, mace or pepper spray, or any other item that can be used as a weapon.
Depending on the weather, it is recommended that students refrain from wearing large coats or layered clothing to the session. Each item of clothing will have to be searched prior to entering the courtroom.
Please remove hats before entering the courtroom. No hats
are to be worn during the court session. No food or drinks
are allowed in the courtroom.Remove any metal on your person
and have them in your hand prior to walking through the metal detector. (i.e. keys, coins, etc.)Courtroom Attire Required
Appropriate attire for counsel would be conservative business dress in traditional dark colors. For law students, suitable attire would be slacks/khakis, modest skirts with long or short-sleeved shirt, blouse, polo/golf shirt. Please do not display political buttons.
The following articles of clothing or attire are not permitted:
. T-shirts with slogans or pictures
. Tank tops
. Hats or caps
Please remember to please give full attention to the bench, as this is an actual court session and is also being recorded for the Court's use. Out of respect for the Court and counsel, please keep movement in and out of the courtroom to a minimum, and refrain from any conversations during oral arguments. Entry and exit will be prohibited during the actual hearings.