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Existing law also provides that persons required to register as sex offenders, or with a prior serious or violent felony conviction, who have been convicted and imprisoned for the commission of a qualified offense and who are subsequently convicted of petty theft are subject to imprisonment in a county jail for one year for a misdemeanor or in the state prison for 16 months, or two or three years for a felony with one prior qualifying offense. This bill makes a conviction for theft, embezzlement, forgery, fraud, or identity theft, as specified, against an elder or dependent adult a qualifying offense for each of the sentencing regimens described above. Existing law requires a court to order defendants convicted of any crime to pay restitution to the victim or victims as well as a restitution fine, as specified, unless the court finds compelling and extraordinary reasons for not imposing the restitution fine, as specified. This bill provides that where a defendant is convicted of any of those offenses, or any other offense, in which an instrument affecting the right, title, or interest in real property was forged or false, and where the instrument was filed, registered, or recorded, as specified, the prosecuting attorney or the judge may make a motion for a noticed hearing to adjudge the instrument void, and to order restitution for an affected person.