You can reject any other. No one forces you to plead guilty.
You are the client. You can ask your lawyer to do anything you want that is legal.
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You certainly do have the right to reject a plea offer. You should have your lawyer explain fully the pros and cons of the offer, and the consequences of rejecting the offer. Same goes for motion practice. Find out from your lawyer why he/she is doing and proceeding the way they wined do.
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You cannot be pressured or strong-armed into anything. The client directs the lawyer and the lawyer figures out how to accomplish the client's goals. Obviously, this is within reason and the realm of possibility, but the client directs the process.
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