The Court of Appeal held that the case must again be remanded because the trial court erroneously believed the law required consecutive 25 years to life terms on two forgery counts, when in actuality section 667(c)(6) give trial courts discretion to impose concurrent sentences where, as here, the offenses arise from the same set of operative facts. Upon remand, the Court directed the trial court to also recalculate appellant’s post-sentence custody credits pursuant to People v. Buckhalter (2001) 26 Cal.4th 20, 23.