People v. Solis-Garcia, 012221 CAAPP1, A160843

Docket NºA160843
Opinion JudgeMiller, J.
Party NameTHE PEOPLE, Plaintiff and Respondent, v. LUCAZ SOLIS-GARCIA, Defendant and Appellant.
Judge PanelWE CONCUR: Kline, P.J., Richman, J.
Case DateJanuary 22, 2021
CourtCalifornia Court of Appeals

THE PEOPLE, Plaintiff and Respondent,


LUCAZ SOLIS-GARCIA, Defendant and Appellant.


California Court of Appeals, First District, Second Division

January 22, 2021


Napa County Super. Ct. Nos. 20CR001139, 20CR001346

Miller, J.

Defendant Lucaz Solis-Garcia appeals following a negotiated disposition of two separate criminal cases and two violations of probation in two additional cases. Defendant's court-appointed counsel has filed a brief asking this court for an independent review of the record under People v. Wende (1979) 25 Cal.3d 436. Defendant was informed of his right to file supplemental briefing and has not filed such a brief. We have reviewed counsel's brief and independently reviewed the record, and we find no errors or other issues requiring further briefing. Accordingly, we affirm.


Case No. 20CR001139

On May 29, 2020, the Napa County District Attorney filed a seven-count felony complaint in case No. 20CR001139, charging defendant with crimes committed while he was incarcerated in the Napa County Jail.1 The complaint charged as follows: attempted escape by force or violence (§ 4532, subd. (b)(2); count 1); resisting executive officer (§ 69, with a special allegation of inflicting great bodily injury; count 2); battery upon a custodial officer (§ 243.1; count 3) and four counts of resisting executive officer, each alleging a different victim (§ 69; counts 4-7).

Case No. 20CR001346

On June 18, 2020, the Napa County District Attorney filed a complaint in case No. 20CR001346, charging defendant with five felony counts and two misdemeanor counts. The crimes alleged arose out of the American Canyon Police Department responding to a report of domestic violence on June 17, 2020. The complaint charged defendant as follows: corporal injury to spouse/cohabitant (§ 273.5, subd. (a); count 1); two counts of resisting executive officer (§ 69; counts 2 and 3); criminal threats (§ 422; count 4) vandalism (§ 594, subd. (b)(1); count 5); interference with a wireless communication devise (§ 591.5, a misdemeanor; count 6); and possession of a controlled substance (Health & Saf. Code § 11350, subd. (a), a misdemeanor; count 7).

Negotiated Disposition

On July 22, 2020, defendant and the prosecution entered into a global disposition of the two criminal cases described above, plus two pending probation violations in other cases.

In case No. 20CR001139, defendant pleaded no contest to count 2, a violation of section 69 (without the special allegation of great bodily injury), and count 3, a violation of section 243.1.

In case No. 20CR001346, defendant pleaded no contest to...

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