What is the relevant case law on habeas corpus under section 654?

California, United States of America


The following excerpt is from People v. Venegas, 10 Cal.App.3d 814, 89 Cal.Rptr. 103 (Cal. App. 1970):

2 See, however, the suggestion in the dissent in Neal v. State of California, 55 Cal.2d 11, 22, 9 Cal.Rptr. 607, 357 P.2d 839, that, at least on habeas corpus, additional evidence with respect to any section 654 question might be considered.

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