-Contra Costa Times, November 3, 2009 by John Simerman
At issue during oral arguments at Boalt Hall in Berkeley was a provision of Proposition 83 that bans people who must register as sex offenders from living within 2,000 feet of a school or park where children “regularly gather.”
-San Francisco Chronicle, November 4, 2009 by Bob Egelko
The court said defendants who possessed greater amounts of marijuana could still try to persuade a jury that they had only what they needed for medical use. Neither side disputed that in Tuesday’s Supreme Court hearing at the UC Berkeley law school.
-Cal Law, November 4, 2009 by Mike McKee
The justices may have been playing to the on-campus audience of students at UC-Berkeley School of Law’s Booth Auditorium, but their questions indicated they’ve given the case lots of thought — and it didn’t look good for DeVito.
-KQED-FM, The California Report, November 12, 2009 by Tara Siler
All seven justices are present, all in black robes but something is amiss. Maybe it’s the fact that they’re sitting on a stage in a college auditorium facing a packed audience of eager law students.