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Decision - People (Napa) v. Daugherty
case is an example of a foundational defense (see Defect
# 10 - B on the Home page).
the first published Appellate Division decision,
anywhere in California, regarding the legality of
a cost-neutral contract.
these links for the documents in the Daugherty appeal
federal case Todd v. City of Auburn http://www.leagle.com/decision/In%20FCO%2020110331126
which was mentioned in one of the briefs linked above,
says that cost neutrality found in some cities in the
State of Washington is OK because it altered the timing of
the payment but did not limit the amount. Keep in
mind it says that it's not for publication and is not
info is available on the Napa Documents page, here at
materials may be freely copied and distributed, so long as
credit is given to highwayrobbery.net .
Many other cases and /or transcripts are available - see the Library of Transcripts, Briefs, and Court Decisions.
For more details about Napa, see Napa's entry on the Camera Towns page.