In sentencing, a judge can double sentences under the Three Strikes Law. If the matter involves certain serious sex offenses, there can be a minimum sentence of twenty-five years to life. If one has served a prior term of custody in prison within a certain number of years, there can be a five year sentence enhancement. How can a court navigate all these applicable punishments without violating the constitutional bar against double jeopardy? The following summary of a case appealed for this issue answers such questions. Click on the following link to read about it.