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Court of Appeal Upholds Voter's Adoption of Orange County Charter
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People ex rel. Kerr v. County of Orange
On March 3, 2003, the Fourth District Court of Appeal, Division 3, recently reversed and remanded an Orange County Superior Court decision, which had held that the adoption of the Orange County charter by ballot measure was invalid.
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People, ex rel. Kerr v. County of Orange