Defendant received 2 years for the principle term plus 1 year consecutive...plus 1 year consecutive with a 4 year enhancement
The short answer, no, it is considered a serious but not a violent offense.
How many times to you intend to ask the same question?
SAN DIEGO CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY--20 years experience
To expand on Mr. Yin's correct answer, both serious and violent felonies are strikes. However there are important differences between the two as regards credits before conviction and prison credits.
The way you framed your question you sound like you're an attorney, paralegal or someone else with legal training. Are you?
That mysterious "4 year enhancement" might make it a violent offense.
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