The trial court denied appellant’s 1170.95 petition for resentencing on the ground that he did not qualify for relief because his homicide conviction was for manslaughter rather than murder. In light of Senate Bill No. 775 (2021–2022 Reg. Sess.), which amended section 1170.95 to expressly authorize a person convicted of manslaughter to file a petition for resentencing, the Court of Appeal reversed the order denying the petition and remanded for the trial court to consider whether appellant has established a prima facie case for relief, and to conduct such further proceedings as may be required.