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Washington v. Franich

decided: April 2, 1991.

STATE OF WASHINGTON, RESPONDENT,
v.
JOHN TAYLOR FRANICH AND DAVID SALVADOR MADRID, JR., PETITIONERS. IN THE MATTER OF THE PERSONAL RESTRAINT PETITION OF JOHN TAYLOR FRANICH, PETITIONER



Fred H. Dore, Chief Justice.

Author: Dore

Order

On April 2, 1991, Department Two of this court considered the petitions for review filed by counsel for John Franich and David Madrid. Also before the court was a pro se personal restraint petition filed by Mr. Franich. After considering the record and the pleadings submitted by counsel and Mr. Franich, the court has decided to consolidate the two proceedings under cause number 57905-9, to treat Mr. Franich's personal restraint petition as a supplemental brief in support of the petition for review prepared by his attorney, and to deny both that petition and Mr. Madrid's petition.

IT IS SO ORDERED.

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