San Diego Prosecutors Want to Solidify Plea Deals, Even If Laws Change

Maria Perez
May 5, 2019 - 5:00

A recent investigation from the San Diego Union-Tribune found that the San Diego County District Attorney wants to prevent appeals after a plea deal, even if laws change.  Prosecutors in San Diego will require that any sentence imposed as part of a plea bargain remain in effect; defendants may not be able to seek a lesser sentence even if the state...

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