May a Judge Add Up Forged Checks to Deny Prop 47 Relief?

If a person seeks resentencing under Prop 47 for a felony case involving multiple convictions for passing bad checks, may a judge add up the checks and deny Prop 47 relief if the checks add up to more than $950?  This might seem permissible, as a prosecutor can charge felony vandalism by adding up multiple acts of vandalism to find a repair cost exceeding $400.  If the same true in approaching resentencing?  Cick on the following link to find out.

http://www.greghillassociates.com/may-a-judge-add-up-forged-checks-to-deny-prop-47-relief.html.

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