Attorneys and judges who have long wanted the California appellate courts to publish more rulings should rejoice — at least for now.
Preliminary figures show that during the first 2 1/2 months after a California amended rule on publication took effect April 1, the number of decisions published by the state’s six appellate courts rose 35 percent.
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