Court of Appeal conditionally reversed the judgment and remanded to the juvenile court pursuant to Proposition 57, which amended the law to eliminate direct filing by prosecutors in adult criminal court. The juvenile court was ordered to hold a transfer hearing on whether the matter should have proceeded in juvenile court. If the juvenile court determines defendant is amenable to the court’s jurisdiction, his conviction shall be deemed a juvenile adjudication and the juvenile court shall impose an appropriate disposition. If the juvenile court concludes the matter should be transferred to a court of criminal jurisdiction, defendant’s conviction shall be reinstated.