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Tag Archives: Guilty Plea

Criminal Law: Guilty Plea-Withdrawal

Where a defendant challenged the denial of his post-conviction motion to withdraw his guilty plea in a criminal non-support case, the arguments were not properly preserved, and the probation rulings must be challenged in a petition for an extraordinary writ, ...

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Sentencing Bazell Guilty Plea

Where a defendant who originally pleaded guilty to stealing challenged the revocation of his probation and sentence for felony stealing, the trial court erred in sentencing the defendant for a felony when State v. Bazell held that stealing under the ...

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Criminal Law: Post-Conviction Relief-Guilty Plea-Effectiveness of Counsel

Where a defendant challenged the denial of post-conviction relief without an evidentiary hearing, the motion court did not err in denying the claim that his guilty plea lacked sufficient factual basis because the state’s recitation of the facts and the ...

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Criminal Law: Post-Conviction Relief-Guilty Plea-Effectiveness Of Counsel

Where a defendant challenged the denial of post-conviction relief without an evidentiary hearing, the motion court did not err in denying the claim that his guilty plea lacked sufficient factual basis because the state’s recitation of the facts and the ...

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Criminal Law: Guilty Plea-Voluntariness

Where a defendant in a drug case argued that his guilty plea was involuntary, the court declined to consider the argument because he did not move to withdraw the plea while in the district court, and the claim of ineffective ...

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