How can I contact the city of Petaluma?
We’ve also been working to develop more ways you can interact with us online. All of our public meetings are held online and are open to anyone who wants to attend. While you may not see us in the City Hall Building, rest assured we are behind the scenes making sure the City continues to run and provide you services.
How to find cases and statutes by citation?
READING CITATIONS Finding Cases and Statutes by Citation Any reference to any primary law source – case or statute – has a citation. The basic format of a citation is standardized, and generally includes a volume number, an abbreviation of the title of the publication in which the law appears, a page or section number, and a date. CASES
Is there a red flag warning in Petaluma?
HAGA CLIC AQUÍ PARA ESPAÑOL Good Evening, Petaluma – The drought coupled with this week’s Red Flag Warning had many of us feeling the weight of the new year-round fire season. Pandemic aside, our community has been through a lot over the past few years.
Are there any parallel citations to California Supreme Court cases?
California Supreme Court cases have two parallel citations. The first is to the Pacific Reporter, and the second is to the California Reporter, which started in 1959. Court of Appeals cases have only one parallel citation, to the California Reporter.
How to cite the name of a California statute?
For a California statute, give the name of the code and the section number. For example, “Code of Civil Procedure, section 1011” or “Family Code, section 3461.” For a federal statute, cite to the United States Code (abbreviated U.S.C.). For example, “28 U.S.C. section 351.” RULES:
What are the animal regulations in Sonoma County?
These include licensing and vaccination requirements as well as stray animal, dangerous/vicious, and nuisance provisions. In addition, the animal control officer plays a lead role in the enforcement of cruelty regulations. *Dispatch is unable to answer financial questions.
What should be included in a citation of a case?
You should include the name of the case you are citing, the year it was decided, the volume and page number of the official reporter where the case appears, and the page number in the case that specifically supports the proposition of law you are stating.
Where can I find a Supreme Court citation?
Federal court citations follow the same general format. United States Supreme Court cases can be found in three separate reporters: the United States Supreme Court Reporter (abbreviated U.S.), the Supreme Court Reporter (abbreviated S.Ct.), or the Lawyer’s Edition Reporter (abbreviated L.Ed.).