The factors deemed relevant by some jurisdictions in deciding whether Candidate Nolo`s objection should be accepted are different. Compare United States v. Bagliore, 182 F.Supp. 714, 716 (E.D.N.Y. 1960), where it is considered that the remedy should be dismissed, unless a compelling ground for acceptance is established, with United States v. Jones, 119 F.Supp. 288, 290 (S.D.Cal. 1954), considering that the plea should be followed in the absence of a mandatory reason to the contrary. 1. The prosecutor reminds the court that before requesting the negotiated plea, reasonable efforts were made to consult the victim. The Supreme Court has ruled that certain types of constitutional objections can be made after an admission of guilt.

Menna v. New York, 423 U.S. 61 (1975) (double injury); Blackledge v. Perry, 417 U.P. 21 (1974) (violation of ordinary procedure by increasing the charge after the exercise of the accused`s right to a de novo trial). Subdivision 11(a)(2) does not apply to such situations and should not be construed as an extension or narrowing of the Menna Blackledge doctrine, nor as a procedure for its application. Once a plea has been made and accepted by the courts, the case is usually final and cannot be challenged. However, an accused may withdraw his or her plea for specific legal reasons,[27] and an accused may accept a “conditional” plea in which he or she pleads guilty and accepts a judgment, while reserving the right to appeal a particular case (for example.

B violation of a constitutional right). If the defendant does not win an appeal, the contract is performed; If the defendant succeeds in the appeal, the case will be closed. The defendant in Doggett v. . .