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  1. #1
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    Default What Does This Mean

    My question involves criminal law for the state of: California. What does this mean 6 YEARS COUNTY JAIL PER 1170(H)(5(A)PC 06/18/19 MSC LICALSI/CONVICT (VM)

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    Default Re: What Does This Mean

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    6 YEARS COUNTY JAIL
    Means the convicted person will spend the next 6 years in county jail.

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    PER 1170(H)(5(A)PC
    That's the part of the CA Penal Code that addresses sentencing. Can be found at:

    http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/fa...4.5.&article=1.

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    06/18/19
    Today's date.

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    MSC LICALSI/CONVICT (VM)
    I don't know. When I googled it, it came under the convictions of other people. Probably court shorthand for something. You should be able to call the court or your lawyer and ask.

    Though we have some CA people that participate here who might know.

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    Default Re: What Does This Mean

    Perhaps something related to this?

    GALLEGOS v. LICALSI

    https://www.leagle.com/decision/infdco20170309a46

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    Default Re: What Does This Mean

    The new code section was added in 2011 to allow persons convicted of non-violent, non-serious felonies to serve their prison sentences locally. The LI means "local incarceration" and the rest are local court codes along with the initials of the clerk who made the computer entry of that record.

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