So, what exactly do you want to know?
You plead guilty. That means you have very few, if any options.
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Your only option is to hire a local attorney to try and void your plea. The odds of this being successful are not high.
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The State Prosecutor's tactics WORKED.
You plead GUILTY.
That's your problem now.
You should have told prosecutor to grow up and plead NOT GUILTY.
You can file a complaint with the MI State Bar Grievance Committee.
ALSO---HIRE an attorney (like you should have in the FIRST PLACE)
to try to APPEAL this. Your chances are not that good. What are your
grounds of APPEAL? That the prosecutor SCARED you?
That's how these clowns act all the time. Attorneys deal with these
idiots all the time. Good luck! See: www.contingencyattorneymi.com
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