Romero Motion Only Considers the Crime Committed, Not More

The following summary is one that anyone filing a Romero motion may want to cite to because it reverses a Pomona trial court for denying a Romero motion and is so doing, making inferences that were, the Second Appellate District Court commented, improper speculation. The opinion also reminds the reader that the court should consider the lapse of time since the prior strike and defendant’s employment history in the intervening time. To read a summary of this case, please click on the following link – https://www.greghillassociates.com/romero-motion-considers-only-the-crime-committed-not-more.html

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