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In re C.B. CA3
Minor, C. B. challenges a judgment entered after the juvenile court, following a contested jurisdictional hearing, found that he had committed robbery and assault by means likely to produce great bodily injury, and found true that he had personally used a firearm in the robbery. The minor makes two related arguments, which he claims require reversal. First, he asserts the juvenile court committed misconduct when it secretly conducted an experiment on the minor’s gun by manipulating the lighting in the judge’s chambers. Second, he argues the prosecution committed misconduct when it manipulated the minor’s gun in a photograph admitted into evidence, which encouraged the juvenile court’s illicit independent investigation. Finally, he argues given the passage of Senate Bill No. 620 (2017-2018 Reg. Sess.) amending Penal Code section 12022.53, remand is required in order to allow the juvenile court to exercise its sentencing discretion. The People concur remand is required for t

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