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P. v. Vincent CA2/7
Christopher Vincent appeals the trial court’s order terminating his probation and ordering execution of his suspended seven-year state prison sentence for assault with a deadly weapon with an enhancement for infliction of great bodily injury. The trial court imposed the seven-year sentence after finding Vincent had violated his probation by driving on a suspended license, committing a hit and run, and brandishing a knife at the driver of the other car. On appeal, Vincent contends the court abused its discretion by imposing the suspended sentence for misdemeanor conduct that did not result in any physical injuries or threaten the safety of the community. We affirm.

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