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Plea Agreement: Binding v. Non-Binding
Plea Agreement: Binding v. Non-Binding Defense counsel is in District Court with client charged with theft under $100.00. Defense counsel asks the assigned State’s Attorney for a plea offer. The State’s Attorney responds “If your client pleads guilty to theft … Continue reading
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Notes and Forms: Health General Sections 8-505; 8-506; and 8-507
Notes and Forms Article by Paul J. Notarianni ABSTRACT: In a criminal matter, a sentencing judge has the power to order a defendant into the custody of the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene to receive substance abuse treatment, rather … Continue reading
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