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Criminal – Plea Agreement – Fifth Amendment – Entry Of Plan (access required)

Even assuming defendant had a sufficient Fifth Amendment right to be free from self-incrimination to warrant enforcement of a plea agreement which defendant claimed to have partially performed to his detriment, we agree with the district court that defendant breached the agreement, thereby forfeiting any right to its enforcement, through his unjustifiable failure to respond ...

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