Thursday, July 31st, 2014
The logic of a California appellate decision on Monday, in the case of St. Croix v. Superior Court (A140308, July
28, 2014) (attached; see below), doesn't seem right to me. It skips steps. St. Croix is
the executive director of the San Francisco Ethics Commission, and
this matter involves a public records request for documents relating
to the commission’s regulations governing ethics complaints. Here's
how the court's logic goes:
1. State Evidence Code section 954,...