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No Plea Withdrawal for Mental Instability Claim (access required)

Although defendant contends he was not mentally stable when he entered his Alford plea to grand larceny and he was not allowed to contest his guilt by asserting that he was not guilty of taking money for work he had not done, the Court of Appeals affirms denial of his motion to withdraw his guilty ...

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