442 F2d 1338 Cantillon v. Superior Court of State of California for County of Los Angeles People of State of California
442 F.2d 1338
James P. CANTILLON, Petitioner and Appellee,
SUPERIOR COURT OF the STATE OF CALIFORNIA, FOR the COUNTY OF
LOS ANGELES, and Peter Pitchess, Co-Respondents,
PEOPLE OF the STATE OF CALIFORNIA, Real
Party in Interest, Appellants.
United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit.
June 7, 1971.
Douglas C. Miller (argued), Jean Louise Webster, Deputy County Counsel, John D. Maharg, County Counsel, Los Angeles, Cal., Arnold T. Guminski, Deputy Dist. Atty. (argued), Maurice H. Oppenheim, Deputy Dist. Atty., Harry Wood, Head, Appellate Division, Evelle J. Younger, Dist. Atty., Los Angeles, Cal., for appellants.
James P. Cantillon (argued), in pro. per.
Before CHAMBERS, HUFSTEDLER and WRIGHT, Circuit Judges.
The case is remanded for consideration to the district court in the light of the intervening decision of Williams v. Florida, 399 U.S. 78, 90 S.Ct. 1893, 26 L.Ed.2d 446 (1970).
This court recognizes that the Supreme Court placed express limitations on its opinion.
After reconsideration, a new appeal, if one is desired, should be filed. So far as applicable the old record may be transferred to the new appeal on motion or stipulation.