June 3, 2015
In re ALEJANDRO B., a Person Coming Under the Juvenile Court Law. THE PEOPLE, Plaintiff and Appellant,
ALEJANDRO B., Defendant and Respondent.
IT IS ORDERED that the opinion filed herein on May 7, 2015, 236 Cal.App.4th 705;___Cal.Rptr.3d___ be modified in the following particulars and rehearing is DENIED:
1. On page 9 [236 Cal.App.4th 713, advance report, 1st par., line 2], in the third sentence of the paragraph beneath the heading Disposition, after the word “term” add as footnote 3 the following footnote:
Alejandro has filed a petition for rehearing urging this court to remand the matter for “a disposition hearing at which the juvenile court could exercise its Welfare and Institutions Code section 782 discretion with regard to the current commitment offenses.” This would be improper inasmuch as Welfare and Institutions Code section 782 was not a basis for the minor’s motion to dismiss count 1. Contrary to the minor’s assumption, however, our disposition remanding the matter does not limit the court’s discretion to dismiss count 1, either on its own motion or on the minor’s motion pursuant to Welfare and Institutions Code section 782. Rather, after reinstatement of count 1, any term imposed on that count, in the event count 1 is not dismissed, should be ordered stayed.
There is no change in the judgment.
Appellant’s petition for rehearing is denied.