Although the Court of Appeal found that appellant could be sentenced to four years of probation even after Assembly Bill No. 1950 (appellant was convicted of a domestic violence offense and misdemeanor offenses that carry specific probation terms), the Court also found that appellant was entitled to a slight clarification of his sentence pursuant to A.B. 1950.  Specifically, the court modified the order suspending imposition of appellant’s sentence and ordering him to serve four years of probation by: (1) clarifying appellant can face felony punishment consequences for a probation violation only during the first three years of his probation term because that is the maximum possible term for appellant’s domestic violence conviction; and (2) noting that any probation violation that occurs during the fourth year of his probation term can carry only misdemeanor consequences. (Pen. Code, § 1203.1, subd. (m)(1))