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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr.Fessel View Post
    I don't think the defense has any cards to play in a deal. It will be a one sided deal with the DA getting what he wants.
    So if there's a plea deal, it's still on her record as a felony, correct? And can that be used in the murder trial if there is a plea?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blaise View Post
    Would she be required to stand in front of the judge and admit she did it?

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    Oooh there's a thought! And face AH!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by mydailyopinions View Post
    Sorry to quote my own post..
    Does this mean that depositions for the check fraud case have not been taken? I know they all haven't been done for the murder case...
    Is this another delay tactic or something?
    I read the article as depositions in the murder case have yet to be done.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mydailyopinions View Post
    Sorry to quote my own post..
    Does this mean that depositions for the check fraud case have not been taken? I know they all haven't been done for the murder case...
    Is this another delay tactic or something?
    No, the murder trial..the whole sentence was: "Meanwhile in Anthony’s murder case, there are still motions connected to the case that haven't been heard, such as a change of venue."


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    Would she be required to stand in front of the judge and admit she did it?
    I sure hope so. In Pennsylvania you do. I think I would of took a couple extra months on me sentence to NOT have to do that. I was the same height as a guy accused of shooting 3 that day and was shackled to him. **sigh** so much for avoiding the news.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cloud9 View Post
    Can/would AH attorney accept a plea?
    It would be up to the state to accept a plea, wouldn't it? They may ask the victim for their opinion, but ultimately I think the SA decides.


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    But doesn't she want to talk about how she only stole "in a time of desperation?"


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    Quote Originally Posted by ThommyMac View Post
    I sure hope so. In Pennsylvania you do. I think I would of took a couple extra months on me sentence to NOT have to do that. I was the same height as a guy accused of shooting 3 that day and was shackled to him. **sigh** so much for avoiding the news.
    Wow! Rough day, huh?


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    Boy, I think I posted on this more this morning than in a normal month. :-) Aye, if they have you dead and you want to get cute or the plea is too lenient, the state OR the judge can say no. It does happen, especially a judge feeling it is too light. Again, mainly for the mods, I was on the wrong side of the gavel and do not want to mis-represent myself as any sort of lawyer, etc.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dear Prudence View Post
    It would be up to the state to accept a plea, wouldn't it? They may ask the victim for their opinion, but ultimately I think the SA decides.
    Thank you!
    I wouldn't have thought AH would agree to a deal. But I guess it's not her decision alone?


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    Can I go to the corner and cry now?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tulessa View Post
    Can I go to the corner and cry now?
    Can I share your corner? LOL I'm in really bad mood now. (sigh)


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    Quote Originally Posted by cloud9 View Post
    Can/would AH attorney accept a plea?



    Going out of my area of speciality here BUT most of you know I get to "hang around courtrooms" & morgues" so: I believe that it's up to the SA and the JUDGE to accept the plea since the crime is against the STATE of Florida and AH is the Floridian injured by the "criminal". The SA & defense work out a deal, the "perp" gets to "chat" with the judge and then the "stamp of approval" is given. What I have observed is that the victim or relatives are informed about the deal but not "asked permission to give" the deal per se. And again, I add jurisdictions may have variances on the described scenario!



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    Quote Originally Posted by cloud9 View Post
    Can I share your corner? LOL I'm in really bad mood now. (sigh)
    Move over cloud9 - although I'm shifting from temper tantrums to sulking right now.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cloud9 View Post
    Can I share your corner? LOL I'm in really bad mood now. (sigh)
    You bet. Bring your own hankies though!
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