GUILTY FL - Tricia Todd, 30, Hobe Sound, 27 April 2016 #2

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  1. MyTooSense21

    MyTooSense21 New Member

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    I question the same?? I know there's various types of plea deals yet I noticed on paperwork of this plea deal the judge signed the bottom of plea agreement so my guess is It will stick. The way in which they worded the plea itself doesn't look like it either. I will however continue to hope it can be tossed but it's not looking good for that.
    Someone previously posted the plea paperwork in this forum. I'm going to try and find it and you can have a look:0)
    i did save it to my phone and this the particular page of plea I'm referring to regarding judges signature:
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  2. MzOpinion8d

    MzOpinion8d Former Member

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    Florida law may be different than my state, but my son had an incident and was charged with a felony. His attorney worked with the prosecutor and made a plea deal to change the charge to a misdemeanor, and the plea was "no contest". But on the plea application, there's a spot that specifically says the judge is under no obligation to accept the plea or the recommended sentencing guidelines, and has the authority to order a trial. His attorney went over this with him, and then the judge also went over it in the courtroom. Fortunately the judge agreed it was appropriate for the situation and accepted the plea and the recommended sentence.
     
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    montana1 Member

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  4. ZhaZhaHa

    ZhaZhaHa Well-Known Member

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    OMG poor poor Tricia. She just wanted to help her little girl.
     
  5. SeesSeas

    SeesSeas FLORIDIAN

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    Greater Than <b><span style="color:#000099;">WS Senior Moderato

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  7. CookieM

    CookieM New Member

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    I'm curious to know when he purchased his plane tickets and requested leave.
     
  8. LaLaH

    LaLaH New Member

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    Whoa, also in this article:

    "Sheriff William Snyder and the State Attorney’s Office have said Williams nullified the plea deal when he dismembered Todd’s body and that they will seek a harsher penalty when he is sentenced June 24."

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  9. JBeach772

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    Hmm. How did he get the saws to Florida if he flew?
     
  10. strawberry

    strawberry Well-Known Member

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    Not to mention he lied about an accident when it was obviously premeditated


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  11. Pixie Dust

    Pixie Dust Well-Known Member

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    I see SEVERAL loopholes in this plea deal. Will read rest of the thread before posting the screenshots & pointing out the loop holes (in case someone else already has).

    I do want to say that the judge at sentencing can do *whatever* he/she believes is just, especially in light of the perjury in this plea & the evidence/details discovered since the plea was signed.
     
  12. LaLaH

    LaLaH New Member

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    I've read the formal plea deal which lacks a ton of detail. I've got to assume that the statements he made of record in negotiating the deal were false. I'm very impressed with this County's Sheriff and DA. I think if there is any way for them to void the plea or get a stronger sentence, they will do it.

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  13. MyTooSense21

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  14. SMacD96

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    I have only seen information about him flying back home to NC. I have always assumed he flew down, too, but no one ever said that definitively. I guess it's possible he drove down and flew back.
     
  15. CookieM

    CookieM New Member

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    You could take them in checked baggage, couldn't you? I mean like if you bought Ryobi stuff for someone as a Christmas gift and was bringing it to them in another state you could just put them in checked baggage and they would not be a danger to anyone on the flight, right? Isn't that right? I've never traveled with something like that, but that's my guess.
     
  16. JBeach772

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  17. SeesSeas

    SeesSeas FLORIDIAN

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  18. CookieM

    CookieM New Member

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    I'm sure he didn't bring the acid in the checked bag, so I wonder if there is any video of him buying that on the 25th. He probably paid cash since he's "so smart." :mad:
    Disgusting pig.
     
  19. fred&edna

    fred&edna Well-Known Member

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    If he has friends or a family member living in the area, maybe he had the saw/s shipped to them?
     
  20. LaLaH

    LaLaH New Member

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    I don't remember seeing anything definite about him flying either way, just that he had a rent car. I'm going to go back through and check.

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