>>>>A murder case in CA is showing this abbreviation of HTA in the status for a number of charges while the other charges are being shown as found true.
>>>>Can someone tell me what HTA stands for?
See prior posts.
>>>> [Not asked] Can someone tell me what
the other charges being shown as found true means.
My guess is that there are "enhancements" that accompany the murder charge. A determination of "guilty" or "not guilty" is not made for enhancements at trial. Rather, enhancements are merely found to be true or not true. Thus, I assume in a preliminary hearing and/or a grand jury proceeding, if the HTA relates to the court's determination that there is sufficient probable cause for the case to proceed to trial, the court also found the enhancements to be true by the same standard; i.e., probable cause as compared to proof beyond a reasonable doubt [the standard at trial].