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Old 01-29-2019, 08:44 PM
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Any plea deal offered not only needs to be examined by his attorney but also very much discussed with him, he with his loved ones and he given time to decide what he wants to do. They will not offer him a plea tomorrow and expect him to sign or answer to that tomorrow. If that were to happen it would often be considered to be coercion or a form of blackmail of sorts.
Plea deals are offered and accepted in the courthouse before client is called in front of the Judge all the time. Sentencing itself is usually scheduled for a future date at that time.

Sending you both an armload of positive energy!!! If its a pre-trial hearing, don't expect much to happen except to make / set the next court date though
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