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Criminal – Robbery – Conspiracy – Plea Agreement (access required)

A defendant who pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit robbery, also can be separately convicted of the same robbery; the Court of Appeals rejects defendant’s claim that the commonwealth violated the terms of her plea agreement by obtaining a new indictment for robbery, and that the new robbery indictment violated the constitutional prohibition against multiple ...

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