In this case, the defense filed a motion under Assembly Bill No. 1950, which limited the probation term for felony offenses to two years, with exceptions that do not apply here, and the trial court terminated appellant’s probation as of AB 1950’s effective date. The prosecution appealed, arguing that the trial court should have given the prosecution the opportunity to withdraw from the original plea deal before reducing the probation term. The Court of Appeal affirmed the trial court’s decision, holding that the change in appellant’s probation term did not deprive the prosecution of the benefit of the plea bargain and did not permit the prosecution to withdraw from bargain.