Jun. 14, 2022 – People v. Arreguin (1st Dist., Div. 3, A162718)

In 2016, defendant pled guilty to a violent felony in one case and to a non-violent felony in another, and the trial court suspended an aggregated sentence and placed defendant on five-years’ probation. In 2021, based on misconduct occurring after AB 1950 took effect, the trial court revoked probation and imposed the aggregated sentence. The Court of Appeal reverses, holding that the trial court retained jurisdiction to revoke probation for the violent felony (which was exempt from AB 1950’s two-year limitation on probation) but lacked jurisdiction to do so for the non-violent felony (which was not exempt).