Judge Dale Wells DIRECTED to enter a new order in the minutes, by the Court of Appeal.

The actions of Judge Wells in a family law case were highlighted last week as Judge Wells decided to initiate a non noticed exparte to recite a court of appeal modification verbatim which did not reverse anything into a minute order, categorized as ZEE ORDER.


The ludicrous nature of that scenario is highlighted by a modified opinion of the court of appeal which DIRECTS Judge Wells to ENTER an order in the minutes.


DISPOSITION The probation condition to which appellant objects is modified by deleting the words “for life.” The superior court is directed to enter an order in the minutes that the probation condition read as follows: “Do not knowingly own, possess or have under your 14 control any firearm, deadly weapon, ammunition, or related paraphernalia (Pen. Code, [former] § 12021/18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(1)).” In all other respects, the judgment is affirmed. NOT TO BE PUBLISHED IN OFFICIAL REPORTS                                                                    McKINSTER


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