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P. v. Gallardo, 231260

Affirming the increased sentence in a criminal conviction as a serious felony and a strike under the Three Strikes law because an assault conviction counts as a serious felony if it was committed with a deadly weapon and, in the instant case, the conviction involved a robbery in which the defendant was armed with a firearm.

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  • Published 2017/12/21




  • Supreme Court of California


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