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Three Strikes Sentencing When There Are Multiple Current Violent or Serious Felony Convictions

Does the Three Strikes law (Pen. Code, 667, subd. (c)(6) & (7), 1170.12, subd. (a)(6) & (7)) require consecutive terms on multiple current violent or serious felony convictions, regardless of whether the offenses occurred on the same occasion or arose from the same set of operative facts? (People v. Henderson (2020) 54 Cal.App.5th 612, review granted 12/23/2020 (S265172/B298366).)

Review on this issue has also been granted with briefing deferred in:

  • People v. Schafer (Nov. 5, 2020, C083560) [nonpub. opn.], review granted 2/10/2021 (S266096)
  • People v. Aguirre (Dec. 14, 2020, B296528) [nonpub. opn.], review granted 3/10/2021 (SS266762)

Updated: 3/10/2021

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