After a negotiated guilty plea
for that crime, he was fined, ordered to do public service and given two years' probation, court records show.
If an offender chooses to accept a negotiated guilty plea
before the Court of Common Pleas, the case can be fast-tracked to be scheduled within about one month's time before a specially-convened Common Pleas Court session.
The policies also contain information regarding what the prosecution should consider when deciding how to proceed with a case; for example, one policy states that the likely outcome of a trial, in terms of upholding victim and community interests, should be compared with that of a negotiated guilty plea
James' negotiated guilty plea
"preserves his ability to pursue his education," Buseman said.
One involves the barrister's relationship with the defendant and the instructing solicitor; the other involves a comparison between the expected values of a trial and a negotiated guilty plea
With the established model that barristers take instructions from defendants, the barrister bows to the defendant's desire for a trial even if that choice seems foolish.
Kevin Haines, 60, of rural Pana entered a negotiated guilty plea
Boadt, 52, who lived in Gurnee when he led the bar association, entered a negotiated guilty plea
on one count of disbursing charitable funds without authority for personal benefit during an appearance in Lake County circuit court.
The other citation, speeding 21 to 25 mph over the limit issued by Taylorville police, was dismissed due to the negotiated guilty plea
* Tammy Hopkins, 34, of Pana entered a negotiated guilty plea
July 9 to driving on suspended license, a Mar.
Ginger, 25, of 101 Sherman St., Pana, entered a negotiated guilty plea
May 15 to retail theft of merchandise Mar.
Brittany Covington, 19, received four years' probation in exchange for the negotiated guilty plea
. In addition to the hate crime, she admitted to aggravated battery with intent to disseminate on video and intimidation charges, according to the Cook County state's attorney's office.
Then there are those who leave it, arguing that our system's reliance on negotiated guilty pleas
is fundamentally mistaken.