Appellant contended that his three-year probationary term must be reduced to two years pursuant to AB 1950 and that his fines and fees should be stricken or stayed or an ability-to-pay hearing should be held. The Attorney General agreed that remand was appropriate for resentencing and an ability-to-pay-hearing. Given the  parties’ agreement, the record of appellant’s financial conditions, and the fact that the matter must be remanded to the trial court anyway for adjustment of the probationary period, the Court of Appeal ordered the trial court to hold a hearing on appellant’s ability to pay.