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No Good Faith, No Plea Withdrawal (access required)

A defendant convicted of the rape of a mentally incapacitated woman who later claimed he had known the woman for many years and thought she was capable of consenting to sex, cannot overturn his conviction; the Court of Appeals upholds the trial court decision that defendant did not act in good faith in seeking to ...

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