Mexican Mafia Conspiracy vs. Solicitation

Jay Leiderman
By: Jay Leiderman
November 06 2016

COUNT 3 MUST BE DISMISSED BECAUSE THE EVIDENCE SHOWS ONLY A MEXICAN MAFIA SOLICITATION UNDER PENAL CODE § 653f(d), NOT A CONSPIRACY.

Penal Code § 653f(d) states, in relevant part:

  • Every person who, with the intent that the crime be committed, solicits another to commit an offense specified in Section 11352, 11379, 11379.5, 11379.6, or 11391 of the Health and Safety Code shall be punished by imprisonment in a county jail not exceeding six months. Every person, who, having been convicted of soliciting another to commit an offense specified in this subdivision, is subsequently convicted of the proscribed solicitation, shall be punished by imprisonment in a county jail not exceeding one year, or pursuant to subdivision (h) of Section 1170.
  • This subdivision does not apply where the term of imprisonment imposed under other provisions of law would result in a longer term of imprisonment.

The evidence supporting Count 3, an alleged conspiracy to transport, sell, or distribute a controlled substance, supports probable cause for a solicitation under § 653f, not a conspiracy under § 182.  It is “firmly established” that a defendant cannot be prosecuted under a general statue—such as the conspiracy statute—where the conduct alleged is prohibited by a special, more specific statute.[1] (People v. Mayers (1980) 110 Cal.App.3d 809, 813.)  This rule, sometimes called the Swann-Gilbert rule or the “special over the general” rule is “necessary to prevent a general statute from swallowing up the exceptions contained in specific enactments.”  (Id. at p. 814; People v. Gilbert (1969) 1 Cal.3d 475; People v. Swann (1963) 213 Cal.App.2d 447.)

The companion cases of People v. York (1998) 60 Cal.App.4th 1499, and People v. Sanchez (1998) 60 Cal.App.4th 1490, illustrate application of the Swann-Gilbert rule.  Both York and Sanchez arose out of “reverse sting” operations in which police officers posed as street-level cocaine dealers in areas known for drug activity.  (York, supra, 60 Cal.App.4th at p. 1502; Sanchez, supra, 60 Cal.App.4th at p. 1492.)  Both defendants approached officers participating in the sting and said “rock,” which the officers interpreted as requests to purchase rock cocaine.  (York, supra, 60 Cal.App.4th at p. 1502; Sanchez, supra, 60 Cal.App.4th at p. 1493.)  In York, the defendant also said, “30,” indicating a quantity; the officer told him to wait, and the defendant was subsequently arrested.  (York, supra, 60 Cal.App.4th at p. 1502.)  In Sanchez, the defendant actively bartered with the officer, offering to trade a car stereo and a vest for $30 worth of cocaine.  (Sanchez, supra, 60 Cal.App.4th at p. 1493.)  Both defendants were charged with attempted possession of cocaine in violation of Penal Code § 664 and Health & Safety Code § 11350, and in both cases, the trial court dismissed the charges, reasoning that under the Swann-Gilbert rule, a more specific solicitation statute, § 653f(d), preempted prosecution of the alleged conduct as an attempted drug possession.  (York, supra, 60 Cal.App.4th at pp. 1501-1502; Sanchez, supra, 60 Cal.App.4th at p. 1492.)

 

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The Court of Appeals for the Fourth District upheld dismissal of York’s charges.  It reasoned that the crime of attempt requires the alleged acts “go further than mere preparation; they must be such as would ordinarily result in the crime except for the interruption.”  (York, supra, 60 Cal.App.4th at pp. 1505-1506 [internal quotation marks omitted; emphasis in original].)  “Merely soliciting another is not the ‘act or acts’ as would ordinarily result in the crime . . . .”  (Id. at p. 1506.)  For conduct to go beyond solicitation, the prospective narcotics buyer must “at least” display or proffer money.  (Ibid. [emphasis in original].)  The defendant did nothing more than ask for the drugs; he committed the “exact conduct” prohibited by Penal Code § 653f.  (Id. at p. 1503.)  As such, the Swann-Gilbert rule barred prosecution under the more general attempt statute.  (See id. at p. 1504.)

The same court, however, reversed the dismissal of Sanchez’s charges.  It distinguished York on the facts, reasoning that the Sanchez defendant, unlike the York defendant, committed “all the acts which a buyer can do short of actually taking possession of the drugs . . . .”  (Sanchez, supra, 60 Cal.App.4th at p. 1497.)   By negotiating a deal and actually tendering the stereo and vest, the defendant went beyond the specific conduct prohibited by the solicitation statute.  (Ibid.)  His conduct could be punished as an attempted possession under the general attempt statute, § 664.  (Ibid.)

In this case, York controls.  A conspiracy, like an attempt, requires proof of an act in furtherance.  Conduct does not go beyond solicitation—either as an attempt or as a conspiracy—without more than mere preparation or agreement.  And with respect to Count 3 here, the evidence shows nothing more.  Just like the York defendant, Defendant requested a quantity of drugs; just like the undercover officer in York, Arreola agreed.  And unlike in Sanchez, there is no evidence Defendant negotiated a deal or tendered anything in exchange.  In short, like in York, Count 3 alleges the “exact conduct” prohibited by Penal Code § 653f; therefore, the Swann-Gilbert rule bars prosecution as a conspiracy.  Count 3 must be dismissed on that basis.

However, even if that argument fails in light of the newer amendments, there is still the lack of proof inherent in the conspiracy count, as discussed supra.  Indeed, Overt acts #1 through #4 detail a conversation wherein Defendant asks for “3.”  There is no indication that either ever secured “3” nor did they meet or tender anything in exhcange, per the evidence adduced.  The Deputy testified that “3” was code for an amount of drugs, but had no other specifics he could offer.

[1] This is true notwithstanding the newly-enacted subdivision (2) of 647f(d).  That provision only applies where a prosecution under some “other provision of law” would result in harsher punishment.  The thrust of Defendant’s argument here is that there is no “other provision of law” under which he may be punished.  There simply does not exist a conspiracy on these facts.

 

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    Buffalo Criminal Law Center
    Use the Buffalo Criminal Law Center to find a collection of materials on American and Foreign penal laws, codes, criminal procedure and legislation.
    URL: http://wings.buffalo.edu/law/bclc/

  18. Federal Grand Jury
    The Federal Grand Jury website is devoted to educating people about what grand juries are and what they do, on both the state and federal levels. Site offers Q&A’s, actual examples of documents and a transcript of grand jury proceeding. Even provides a multimedia presentation featuring photographs of a grand jury at work.
    URL: http://campus.udayton.edu/~grandjur/

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    American Society for Industrial Security – ASIS
    The American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS) is the preeminent international organization for professionals responsible for security, including managers and directors of security. ASIS is dedicated to increasing the effectiveness and productivity of security practices through educational programs and materials.
    URL: http://www.asisonline.org/

  20. “Chain Gang” performed by Sam Cooke

    Singer Sam Cooke composed, arranged, and produced nearly all of his recorded output. He’s also responsible for some of the most powerfully socially conscious songs of the 20th century, including the well-known “A Change Is Gonna Come.” “Chain Gang,” released in 1960, was inspired by a chance meeting with a chained group of prisoners working on a highway Cooke was traveling during a tour. The background chant is quite consciously reminiscent of the rhythm and cadences heard on field recordings of actual prisoners, including “Po’ Lazarus,” included on this list.
    Resources for Family/Friends of Prisoners – Prison Fellowship
    https://www.prisonfellowship.org/resources

  21. “If you doing 25 to life, stay up homie / I got your money on ice so, stay up homie / If you locked in the box keep makin’ it through / Do your time, don’t let your time do you”
    Ludacris’ output has always been a mixed bag – he is capable of dopeness, but also of poppy wackness. This is a dope track however, on which guests Beanie Sigel, C-Murder, and Pimp C explain what they went through during recent prison stints.
    Rights of Inmates – FindLaw
    https://civilrights.findlaw.com

  22. “11 Months and 29 Days,” Johnny Paycheck (1976)
    This bozo doesn’t know exactly what got him into the “slammer,” but he’s reasonably certain he’d rather be somewhere else. And he’s damn sure he wants everyone to “keep your hands off my woman, I ain’t gonna be gone that long.” Jeez! Eleven months and 29 days! That’ll seem like a year.

    Does Involvement in Religion Help Prisoners Adjust to Prison?
    http://www.nccdglobal.org/sites/default/files/publication_pdf/religion-and-prisoners.pdf

  23. “I’ll Break Out Again Tonight,” Merle Haggard (1974)
    If I were on the parole board, I’d give this guy a break. As boredom presses down on him and night approaches, he can finally escape — via his imagination. “These walls and bars can’t hold a dreamin’ man/So I’ll be home to tuck the babies in/They can chain my body but not my mind/And I’ll break out again tonight.” That mention of babies just tears me up.
    USDOJ: FBCI: Prisoners and Prisoner Re-Entry
    https://www.justice.gov/archive/fbci/progmenu_reentry.html

  24. “A Week in a County Jail,” Tom T. Hall (1969)
    Picked up for speeding, the culprit here is confined to jail until a judge comes around. In the meantime, he has to adjust his tastes to make “hot bologna, eggs and gravy” palatable and the jailer’s homely wife desirable, both of which he does before going jauntily on his way. This was Hall’s first No. 1.
    Resources | Prison Activist Resource Center
    https://www.prisonactivist.org/resources

  25. “Sing Me Back Home,” Merle Haggard (1967)
    Only a rabid death penalty advocate can listen to these lyrics without shedding a tear. As the condemned man is walked toward the execution chamber, he asks that his “guitar playing friend” be allowed to “sing me back home with a song I used to hear/Make my old memories come alive/Take me away and turn back the years/sing me back home before I die.” There are no references to the man’s crime — just this eloquent nod to the power of music.
    Prison Labor Equal Rights Wages Incarcerated Help Economy | New …
    https://newrepublic.com/…/prison-labor-equal-rights-wages-incarcerated-help-economy

  26. “Stone Walls and Steel Bars,” the Stanley Brothers (1963)
    This convict summarizes his crime succinctly: “Jealousy has took my young life/All for the love of another man’s wife.” So here he is in Alcatraz, about to take his last walk, after which, he says, there’ll be “no more stone walls and steel bars and you on my mind.” His sense of relief is palpable.
    Helping Ex-Prisoners Find Jobs – Prison Fellowship
    https://www.prisonfellowship.org/resources/…/on…/helping-ex-prisoners-find-jobs/

  27. National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
    The National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers serves as a public forum on criminal justice matters and as a private online service for NACDL members. Includes news releases, legislative alerts and selected full text articles from current and past issues of NACDL magazine. Features a members only section of criminal law links.
    URL: http://www.criminaljustice.org/public.nsf/FreeForm/PublicWelcome?OpenDocument

  28. “Some Old Day,” Flatt & Scruggs (1957)
    “I’ve been workin’ out in the rain/Tied to the dirty old ball and chain.” So begins this story in which a convict apologizes to his mother for his cruelties and transgressions and promises her that “some old day” he’ll be free of “this dirty old calaboose.” Somehow, we’re not convinced.
    4 Elements of Successful Reentry Programs for Inmates
    http://www.socialsolutions.com/blog/4-elements-of-successful-reentry-programs-for-inmates/

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    National Archive of Criminal Justice Data
    The National Archive of Criminal Justice Data houses more than 550 data collections relating to criminal justice. Search by keyword, subject or title. An abundance of useful reports and studies relating to sentencing, probation, jury selection and more.
    URL: http://www.icpsr.umich.edu/NACJD/

  30. “Folsom Prison Blues,” Johnny Cash (1955)
    Since this song is more popular than “Happy Birthday,” it needs neither introduction nor explanation. Still, it’s worth remembering that the prisoner in question “shot a man in Reno just to watch him die” and is now paying big time for this grotesque form of amusement. “When I hear that whistle blowin’,” he moans, “I hang my head and cry.”
    Prison Pen Pals at Write A Prisoner!
    https://www.writeaprisoner.com/

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    MIPT Terrorism Knowledge Base (TKB)
    As of this writing (February 2010) this site is no longer online. Who’s protecting us and providing information on terrorism, Homeland Security?
    The MIPT Terrorism Knowledge Base is sponsored by the Department of Homeland Security and the National Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism (MIPT). The TKB is a one-stop resource for comprehensive research on domestic and international terrorism, with information on terrorist incidents, terrorism-related court cases, and terrorist groups and leaders. The TKB features a suite of sophisticated analytical tools, available free of charge to researchers, policymakers, journalists, emergency response personnel, and the general public.
    URL: http://www.tkb.org/

  32. Words I don’t have nothing really to post right now However, I will read your poems first, In hopes inspiration follows and falls into place Please do not think I’m here to drop a bomb It’s just a fair warning on how, I’m here “To Rock Your World” Allow me kindly to introduce myself, I’m as Sweet as they come I’m not the enemy, but a poet friend In time you will see, and hunger my name I’m not new to any poetry world In time you will notice I am not your average girl I will play fair, If you do I’ll be true to you, if you are true I’m not here to judge what I can’t see However, I will reply and enjoy the imagery This Destroyer is not like a lawyer However, mess with me or my sis I’ll chew you out like the D.E.A. I’ll mess with your mind A brain storm cleaning you from bottom to top I am the POET DESTROYER Admiring those who love the world of wordplay Today, I will end my WORDS With the quote I’ve always wanted to say “I am no poet!”

    Law Poetry | There’s poetry in the law. Kind of.
    http://www.lawpoetry.com/

    Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies: MAPS
    http://www.maps.org/

  33. Alibi Witness
    Definition

    A witness who testifies in support of a defendant’s allegation that he or she was somewhere other than at the scene of the crime at the time it occurred.

    Illustrative caselaw

    See, e.g. Lee v. Kemna, 534 U.S. 362 (2002).

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