Santa Barbara County, CA Motor Vehicle Lawyers


Jos E. Gerbac

Personal Injury, Criminal, Family Law, Traffic
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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Nader Automotive Group, LLC v. New Motor Vehicle Bd.

NADER AUTOMOTIVE GROUP, LLC, et al., Plaintiffs and Appellants, v. NEW MOTOR VEHICLE BOARD, Defendant and Respondent; VOLKSWAGEN OF AMERICA, INC., Real Party in Interest and Respondent. NADER AUTOMOTIVE GROUP, LLC, et al., Plaintiffs and Appellants, v. ...

People v. Chun

... The court also instructed the jury on second degree felony murder based on shooting at an occupied motor vehicle (§ 246) either directly or as an aider and abettor. The jury found defendant guilty of second degree murder. ... occupied motor vehicle . . . ...

Dominguez v. American Suzuki Motor Corp.

... 1793.2, subdivision (d)(2). However, that section is inapplicable here. As we explain above, section 1793.2, subdivision (d)(2), does not apply because a motorcycle is not considered a "new motor vehicle" as defined by the statute. ...