People v. Jenkins (2000)

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[No. S007522. Jun. 28, 2000.]

[Modification of Opinion (22 Cal.4th 900).]

THE PEOPLE, Plaintiff and Respondent, v. DANIEL STEVEN JENKINS, Defendant and Appellant.

THE COURT.-The opinion herein, appearing at 22 Cal. 4th 900, is modified as follows:

1. The following sentences in the first full paragraph on page 946 of 22 Cal.4th are deleted: "He alleges, without citation to the record, that during voir dire 'there was much discussion of appellant's case, and dissemination of false and damaging rumors. The spread and impact of such rumors, and the trial court's refusal to adequately voir dire concerning those rumors . . . provides further evidence that the community of Van Nuys was itself tainted by both pretrial publicity and more informal sources of prejudicial "information," and that a change of venue was required.' " The following sentences are inserted in their place: "He alleges that during voir dire 'there was much discussion of appellant's case, and dissemination of false and damaging rumors. The spread and impact of such rumors, and the trial court's refusal to adequately voir dire concerning those rumors . . . provides further evidence that the community of Van Nuys was itself tainted by both pretrial publicity and more informal sources of prejudicial "information," and that a change of venue was required.' "

2. Footnote 26 on page 1041 of 22 Cal.4th is deleted, and the succeeding footnotes are renumbered accordingly.

This modification does not affect the judgment.