A statute says that you can impose a particular form of restitution "for felony violations of" Statute X.
Defendant is convicted of violating Statute Y. Some, but not all, activities that would violate Statute Y would also violate Statute X. Including what Defendant did.
But Defendant was not convicted of violating X. He was only convicted of violating Y. A different statute.
Does the restitution order permit the trial court to impose the particular form of restitution at issue on the Defendant convicted of violating Statute Y pursuant to a law that says that such restitution may be imposed "for felony violations" of Statute X?
The Court of Appeal says "Yes."