You need to be talking to your lawyer, not a bunch of strangers who don't know your situation. If you want a 2d opinon. that's OK but talk to your attorney first.Ask a similar question
Wow that is a loaded question. You really need to speak to your lawyer.
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All of your questions should be answered by your trial counsel. If you were dissatisfied with his/her performance to that point or for any other reason would not be using the same attorney for an appeal then you need to engage the services of new counsel who will answer these questions.Ask a similar question
I have rarely to never seen a situation where a sentence was negotiated based on a waiver of appeal.
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