(Super. Ct. Nos. 08F9819, 08F3451, 08F9779 and 09F0011)
The opinion of the court was delivered by: Blease , Acting P. J.
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Defendant Jason Earl Visser entered negotiated guilty pleas to theft-related charges in three cases and was granted probation. Ultimately, however, he was sentenced on some charges to which he had not entered a plea, and not sentenced on other crimes to which he had entered a plea. We agree with the parties that these cases must be remanded to the trial court for pronouncement of sentence.
On March 23, 2009, defendant entered guilty pleas in cases numbered 08F9819, 08F9779, and 09F0011 before the trial court (per Judge Ruggiero) as follows:
In case 09F0011, to count 1 (second degree burglary), to be selected the primary term;
In case 08F9779, to count 1 (petty theft with a prior); and
In case 08F9819, to count 2 (petty theft with a prior), count 4 (second degree burglary), count 6 (petty theft with a prior), and count 7 (second degree burglary). All "remaining cts/cases" were to be dismissed, in exchange for a sentence "lid" of six years, four months. Imposition of sentence was suspended in these three cases and defendant was granted probation.*fn1
On September 18, 2009, after defendant admitted violating his probation, the trial court (per Judge Beatty) imposed sentence as follows:
In case 08F9819, on count 1 (selected as the primary term), three years; on count 2, eight months; on count 3, eight months; and on count 4, eight months;*fn2
In case 09F0011, on count 1, eight months; and
In case 08F9779, on count 1, eight months. The aggregate sentence imposed was six years, four months. Execution of sentence was ...