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New York State Court of Appeals – Plea Agreement: People v. Crowder

New York State Court of Appeals – Plea Agreement – Post-Release Supervision Component – Preservation   People v. Crowder No. 11 Memorandum   Background: The defendant was indicted on charges of burglary and criminal mischief and before a combined evidentiary ...

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Second Circuit — Plea Agreement: Tellado v. United States

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit Plea Agreement Sentencing — Collateral Attack Tellado v. United States 11-3227-pr Judges Hall, Livingston and Berman Background: The defendant appealed from the denial of his motion to vacate, set-aside or correct his ...

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Second Circuit — Plea Agreement: United States v. Coston

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit Plea Agreement Waiver of Appeal United States v. Coston 12-4622 Judges Katzmann, Winter and Calabresi Background: The defendant appealed from a sentence of 27 months imprisonment. The defendant had pleaded guilty to ...

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Fourth Department — Plea Agreement: People v. Anderson

Appellate Division, Fourth Department Plea Agreement Enhanced Sentence People v. Anderson KA 11-00739 Appealed from Genesee County Court Background: The defendant pleaded guilty to first-degree sexual abuse. On appeal, he contended that County Court failed to conduct a sufficient inquiry ...

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College students accept plea deal for hazing

GENESEO — Members of a western New York college’s volleyball team have accepted a plea agreement for a hazing incident that resulted in their season being canceled. Rochester media outlets report that eight students at the State University of New ...

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Fourth Department — Plea Agreement: People v. Smith

Appellate Division, Fourth Department Plea Agreement Specific Performance People v. Smith KA 11-01967 Appealed from Onondaga County Court Background: The defendant pleaded guilty to second-degree criminal possession of a weapon. On appeal, he contended that he was entitled to specific ...

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Plea agreement could shed light on arms trade

A plea agreement in a federal arms trafficking case could shed light on the illicit global arms trade, including irregularities in U.S.-backed shipments of assault rifles to Iraq. Gun dealer Karl Kleber, a German national, pleaded guilty in February ...

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Plea could shed light on arms trade

A sudden plea agreement in a federal prosecution of a trio of international weapons dealers has heightened momentum in a case that could shed light on the illicit global arms trade, including irregularities in U.S.-backed shipments of assault rifles to Iraq.

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