Can a Conviction for Disturbing the Peace Lead to a Sentence of 25 Years to Life in State Prison?

To most people a resolution of a case for disturbing the peace is the result of a plea bargain wherein the prosecution tried to get a conviction for something serious, but there were factual problems or mitigating factors.  In other words, a disturbing the peace conviction is usually reserved for minor offenses, even infraction-level conduct.  However, if one has a prior criminal history, sentencing enhancements can boost the punishment quite a bit.  Can the punishment lead to a sentence of 25 years to life?  Click on the following link to read about such a case.

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