People v. One 1941 Chevrolet Taxi Sedan

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[L. A. No. 19133. In Bank. July 10, 1945.]

THE PEOPLE, Appellant, v. ONE 1941 PACKARD TAXI SEDAN, Defendant; TANNER MOTOR LIVERY, INC. (a Corporation), Respondent.

[L. A. No. 19134. In Bank. July 10, 1945.]

THE PEOPLE, Appellant, v. ONE 1941 CHEVROLET TAXI SEDAN, Defendant; SAN DIEGO YELLOW CABS, Inc. (a Corporation), Respondent.

[L. A. No. 19135. In Bank. July 10, 1945.]

THE PEOPLE, Appellant, v. ONE 1942 CHEVROLET SEDAN TAXI, Defendant; SAN DIEGO YELLOW CABS, Inc. (a Corporation), Respondent. [26 Cal. 2d 874]

COUNSEL

Robert W. Kenny, Attorney General, and Bayard Rhone, Deputy Attorney General, for Appellant.

Clifford K. Fitzgerald for Respondents.

OPINION OF THE COURT

Memorandum

THE COURT.

The material facts and contentions of these cases are substantially the same as those involved and considered in the case of People v. One 1937 Lincoln, L. A. 19132, this day, decided, ante, p. 736 [160 P.2d 769]. What we there said is determinative of these appeals.

The judgments dismissing the forfeiture proceedings and releasing the vehicles to the owners are affirmed.