The Third Department, remitting the matter for resentencing, noted the sentencing judge did not pronounce sentence separately for the two counts:
… [W]e are … obliged to remit for resentencing. The sentencing transcript reflects that County Court imposed a single sentence upon defendant and “failed to pronounce sentence separately on each of the two counts [of] which [she was convicted], as required by CPL 380.20” … . As a result, the matter must be remitted so that County Court can pronounce sentence on each count … . People v Robbins, 2022 NY Slip Op 03549, Third Dept 6-2-22
Practice Point: A sentencing judge must pronounce a sentence separately for each conviction.