Does a waiver that permits the sentencing court to consider the entire factual background of the case apply?

California, United States of America


The following excerpt is from The PEOPLE V. SANDOVAL, D056030, No. SCS222298 (Cal. App. 2010):

1. See People v. Harvey (1979) 25 Cal.3d 754, 758-759 [authorizing a waiver that permits the sentencing court to consider the entire factual background of the case, including any charges dismissed under a plea bargain.])

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