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§ 248,

Citations. App. 13/657. § 265.

Citations. Cal. 157/423. $ 269.

Citations. Cal. 157/766.. App. 12/92. § 270.

Citations. Cal. 157/766. § 271.

Citations. Cal. 157/766. § 274.

Citations. Cal. 156/431, 432. App. 9/446.

Matter to be taken down in shorthand. By official reporter or other sten

ographer. § 274a. Judges of the superior court may have any opinion given or rendered by such judge in the trial of any action or proceeding, pending in such court, or any instructions to be given by such court to the jury, or any necessary order, petition, citation, commitment or judgment in any insanity proceeding, probate proceeding, proceeding concerning new or additional bonds of county officials, or juvenile court proceeding, taken down in shorthand and transcribed by the official reporter of such court; but if there be no official reporter for such court, then by any competent stenographer or typewriter, the cost thereof to be a legal charge against the county, payable out of the general fund in the county treasury in the same manner as any other claims against the county, when properly approved by the said judge so ordering the same. (Amendment approved March 25, 1911; Stats. 1911, p. 499.] § 275.

Citations. App. 11/230. § 278.

Citations. App. 12/349. $ 282

Citations. Cal. 157/429. App. 12/349; (subd. 16) 11/121. § 283

Citations. App. 8/402; 12/729, 780.

Citations. App. 9/199.

$ 285.

Citations. App. 9/199. § 286.

Citations. App. 13/116.
Causes for which court may remove attorney.

§ 287. An attorney and counselor may be removed or suspended by the supreme court, or any department thereof, or by any district court of appeal, or by any superior court of the state, for either of the following causes, arising after his admission to practice:

1. His conviction of a felony or misdemeanor involving moral turpi. tude, in which case the record of conviction shall be conclusive evidence;

2. 'Willful disobedience or violation of an order of the court requiring him to do or forbear an act connected with, or in the course of his profession, which he ought in good faith to do or forbear, and any violation of the oath taken by him, or of his duties as such attorney and counselor;

3. Corruptly or willfully and without authority appearing as attorney for a party to an action or proceeding;

4. Lending his name to be used as attorney and counselor by another person who is not an attorney and counselor;

5. For the commission of any act involving moral turpitude, dishonesty or corruption, whether the same be committed in the course of his relations as an attorney or counselor at law, or otherwise, and whether the same shall constitute a felony or misdemeanor or not; and in the event that such act shall constitute a felony or misdemeanor, conviction thereof in a criminal proceeding shall not be a condition precedent to disbarment or suspension from practice therefor.

In all cases where an attorney is removed or suspended by a superior court, the judgment or order of removal or suspension may be reviewed on appeal by the supreme court. (Amendment approved April 10, 1911; Stats. 1911, p. 848.]

Citations. Cal. 157/428, 430. App. 11/441, Citation of accused by publication.

§ 292. Upon receiving the accusation, the court shall make an order requiring the accused to appear and answer it at a specified time, and shall cause a copy of the order and of the accusation to be served upon the accused at least five days before the day appointed in the order. If it shall appear by affidavit to the satisfaction of the court or judge that the accused resides out of the state; or has departed from the state; or cannot, after due diligence, be found within the state; or conceals himself to avoid the service of the order to show cause, the court or judge may direct the service of a citation to the accused, requiring him to appear and answer the accusation, to be made by publication in a newspaper of general circulation published in the county in which the proceeding is pending for thirty days. Such citation must be directed to the accused, recite the date of the filing of the accusation, the name of the accuser, and the general nature of the charges against him, and require him to appear and answer the accusation at a specified time. On proof of the publication of the citation as herein required the court shall have jurisdiction to proceed to hear the accusation and render judgment with like effect as if an order to show cause and a copy of the accusation had been personally served on the accused. [Amendment approved April 21, 1911; Stats. 1911, p. 979.] § 295.

Citations. Cal. 157/430. § 297.

Citations. Cal. 157/480. $ 299.

Citations. App. 11/230. § 312.

Citations. Cal. 156/48. App. 9/370. § 315.

Citations. Cal. 158/710. § 318.

Citations. Cal. 156/402. App. 9/507, 510; 12/87. 319.

Citations. Cal. 156/402. § 321.

Citations. Cal. 156/574. § 322.

Citations. Cal. 156/403, 404. § 323.

Citations. Cal. 156/17, 404; (subd. 2) 156/17. App. 12/37. § 325.

Citations. Cal. 156/17, 405; 157/385, 386; (subd. 1) 156/17. App. 10/195, 196. § 335.

Citations. Cal. 158/692. § 336.

Citations. Cal. 155/214. § 337.

Citations. Cal. 155/601. App. 9/181, 183, 185, 190; 11/496.

S 338.

Citations. Cal. (subd. 4) 156/556, 566. App. 8/706, 18/231; (subd. 4) 8/706; 9/230, 508, 510; 12/616, 618; 18/232. $ 339.

Citations, Cal. 156/48; (subd. 1) 156/271, 272, 556; 157/764, 765, 768, 769. App. 8/706; 9/113, 284, 285, 518; 12/103; (subd. 1) 8/705, 706; 12/616, 787; 13/205. § 340, subd. 3.

Citations. Oal. 156/638. § 341.

Citations. Cal, 158/344, 851. $ 343.

Citations. App. 8/164; 12/617. § 346.

Citations. App. 8/165, 166. § 351.

Citations. App. 9/870, 871. § 353.

Citations. App. 9/513; 12/108. 5 356. .

Citations. Cal. 156/348. § 359.

Citations. App. 9/370, 371. § 360.

Citations, App. 9/113; 11/525, 526, 527. § 361.

Citations. Cal. 157/195, 198, 199, 200. § 363.

Citations. App. 9/370. § 367.

Citations. Cal. 157/447; 158/230. § 369.

Citations. Cal. 157/447.

Citations. Cal. 156/36; 158/155. App. 11/626, 627.

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Citations. Cal. 156/237. $ 377.

Citations. Cal. 158/412, 416. App. 10/286. $ 378.

Citations. App. 8/586. § 379.

Citations. App. 14/708. § 382.

Citations. App. 14/788, 789. $385.

Citations. Cal. 157/380; 158/682, 688. App. 9/190; 11/782; 12/426. $ 387.

Citations. Cal. 157/298, 560. $ 388.

Citations. App. 11/698; 13/246; 14/871, 872, 878. § 389

Citations. App. 10/77, 78; 14/708. § 392.

Citations. Cal. (subd. 1) 155/73. App. 9/819; 11/288, 240, 241; 12/226, 517, 518; (subd. 1) 12/520. $ 393.

Citations. App. 11/288. § 394.

Citations. App. 11/238; 12/224, 225, 226, 227. Actions to be tried in county in which defendant resides, etc. If de

fendant does not reside in state. § 395. In all other cases, the action must be tried in the county in which the defendants, or some of them, reside at the commencement of the action, or if it be an action for injury to person, or property, or for death from wrongful act, or negligence, in the county where the injury occurs, or the injury causing death occurs, or in the county in which the defendants, or some of them, reside at the commencement of the action. If none of the defendants reside in the state, or, if residing in the state, and the county in which they reside is unknown to the plain. tiff, the same may be tried in any county which the plaintiff may

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