My son is incarcerated and was sentenced to a long term treatment with a 8 year SES, parole board denied and executed the 8 year and CR'd him. He is trying to accept another plea agreement that was offered in court with a straight 5 concurrent. Can he with drawl his motion during a trial or at any time?
There are a number of different variables that need to be considered. He should speak with an experienced criminal defense lawyer in Missouri to discuss all possible options.
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Your son needs a lawyer to get his other case before the Court if he wants to plea guilty so he can serve the time concurrently. Talk to the public defender's office or try to get him a lawyer. You don't want to him to serve the time on one case, then get held on the second one.
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