Romero Motion Improperly Granted for Prior Hate Crime

In the following summary of an Orange County Superior Court ruling that the appellate court reversed, even the most cynical observer of Orange County courts must agree that the trial court judge got it wrong when he struck a strike for purposes of sentencing. Indeed, defendant had 18 convictions in 20 years, which was remarkable considering how much of those 20 years were spent in custody. To make things even more egregious, the judge struck a strike in a hate crime. To read more about this case, please click on the following case – https://www.greghillassociates.com/romero-motion-improperly-granted-for-prior-hate-crime.html

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