hi i plead guilty to a 245 adw case but just because my lawyer advised me too. my family didnt have money for trial so my lawyer suggested pleading out.. i feel there was alot of mistakes and maybe a error coram nobis can be filed. i have support from the LE community supporting me
i believe my case shouldve been a misdeamenor .. Wobbler?? my family filed a small claims against the attorney while my case was proceeding. the attorney claimed it was used for a expert testimony. which never came to my court.. victim said i shot at him and 10 minutes later returned to my car and i continued to threat his life. no witneses during the time students where going home. no evidence recovered besides a unloaded handgun..
Trademark Application Attorney
Your lawyer advised you correctly. Coram nobis does not apply here.
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Criminal Defense Attorney
The law requires that the judge, before taking your plea, determine whether you understand the rights you are giving up by pleading and that your plea is freely, knowingly, voluntarily and intelligently given. You had many opportunities to express to the court that you felt you were making the plea based on finances and not actual guilt.
Of course, the court would have responded that it would appoint a public defender to represent you. You could have had this representation for free, by a highly-skilled attorney from one of the finest PD offices in the country, who gets paid the same whether the client pleads or goes to trial.
This is your life. You had an obligation to yourself to fully participate in the process by asking questions, protesting strategies, or relieving an attorney with whom you did not get along. You chose to acquiesce and blame the result on the attorney. A court will not set aside a guilty plea because of "buyer's remorse," which is really what you're describing here.