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Name: Bravo v. Superior Court (People)
Case #: F034054
Court: CA Court of Appeal
District 5 DCA
Opinion Date: 06/22/2001
Subsequent History: None
Summary

The provisions of Proposition 21 which gives the prosecutor discretion to decide whether to prosecute various offenses in adult court do not violate the constitutional prohibitions against separation of powers (disagreeing with Manduley v. Superior Court (2001) 86 Cal.App.4th 1198). The statute also does not violate equal protection principles or the single subject rule. (Editor’s note: Manduley granted review.)