Docket Number

920209

Document Type

Legal Brief

Publication Date

1992

Abstract

Geoffrey J. Butler Clerk of the Court Utah Supreme Court 3432 State Capitol Salt Lake City, Utah 84114 Re: State v. Thomas R. Herrera, Case No. 920209 State v. Mikell Sweezev, Case No. 920265 (Consolidated Appeals) Dear Mr. Butler: In filing the State's brief in the above-entitled consolidated appeal, citations to the following case law were inadvertently deleted. Pursuant to rule 24 (j), Utah Rules of Appellate Procedure, the State now cites: (1) State v. Patterson, 740 P.2d 944 (Alaska 1987), as supplemental authority for the position in Point 11(C) of Appellee's Brief that other jurisdictions have concluded that restriction of mental illness evidence to the first prong of McNaghten is a constitutional legislative action; (2) Potter v. State. 759 P.2d 903 (Idaho App. 1988), as supplemental authority for the position in Points IV & V of Appellee's Brief that defendants have failed to show that the Utah mental illness scheme is unconstitutional as applied; (3) State v. Rhoades. 809 P.2d 455 (Idaho 1991), as supplemental authority for the position in Points IV & V of Appellee's Brief that defendants have failed to establish the justiciability of certain claims. See also Patterson, 740 P.2d at 949 n.18. H XJMENT UTAH SUPREME C U I ^ T A 1 fc, u BRIEF F U i n n OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL :«£T m*f!2Q2£?L '8 9« w#'

Comments

Original Brief Submitted to the Utah Supreme Court; digitized by the Howard W. Hunter Law Library, J. Reuben Clark Law School, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah; machine-generated OCR, may contain errors.
Jan Graham; Attorney General; Christine F. Soltis; Assistant Attorney General; Attorneys for Appellee.
Mark R. Moffat; Richard P. Mauro; Joan C. Watt; Salt Lake Legal Defender Assoc.; Lisa J. Remal; Attorneys for Appellants.

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