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P. v. Young CA2/4
In 2018, a jury found appellant Reginald Young guilty of felony murder, attempted robbery, and burglary of an inhabited building. The jury also found true allegations that appellant personally used a firearm within the meaning of Penal Code sections 12022.53 and 12022.5.
We affirmed appellant’s convictions on appeal, but ordered several corrections to the abstract of judgment, sentencing minute order, and appellant’s award of conduct credits. (People v. Young (April 5, 2021, B294537) [nonpub. opn.].) Appellant also argued that we should remand the matter to allow the trial court to exercise its discretion to strike the firearm enhancements imposed under sections 12022.53 and 12022.5, or, alternatively, impose lesser, uncharged enhancements. We declined to do so, concluding that the court did not have such discretion.
Appellant petitioned for review in the California Supreme Court.

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