what is plea
"Entering a plea" means the offiical declaration of your plea in the case in which you were charged (i.e.- 'enter' a plea of guilty - 'enter' a plea of not guilty).
It is possible to put a cap on an open plea if the prosecutor will agree, but most times even if they will agree to a cap on the top end, they will demand a cap on the low end for their benefit.
not guilty by reason of mental illness
Criminals commonly plea out or take a plea bargain to avoid trial. This allows the offender to be on house arrest or have lesser punishments, rather than jail or prison.
A plea offer is what the prosecutors will offer you to settle your case if you agree to plead guilty.
that would depend on the excercise if it is a grand plea then it is when you do a plea that basicaly goes down to knee level
It is a plea.
If you pled 'no contest' (which is effectively a 'guilty' plea) and the plea was accepted and you received judgement, it is pretty much too late to reverse your plea now. You could try submitting a motion to the court for a request to consider withdrawing your original plea, but it might be too late, and the only course of action open to you now would be to file an appeal with the Court of Appeals.
please help mean understand this meaning?
Grosse Bitte - big appeal/plea
If by "settle" you mean "plea bargain" them, the answer is no.
"Plea out" is not a legal term. In commonly used slang however, it means to plead guilty to an offense and take what punishment was meted out.
I plea for mercy but to no avail
It sounds like it may POSSIBLY mean: No Contest, Count 1. Which would mean that the defendant pleaded "no contest" to the charge against them.A no contest plea is, in effect, a plea of guilty and signifies that the defendant acknowledges that the prosecution has enough evidence against them in order to convict, therefore the defendant will not 'contest' the charge.
A "plea"' is the answer, which the defendant in a legal proceeding makes to the complaint against the defendant.To "plead" something means 'to present an arguament for.'
No, it is a guilty plea
A conviction by plea is where you plea "guilty" or "nolo contendre" (no contest) to a charge. The plea is treated as a conviction of that charge.
The televised plea called for donations.The suspect entered a plea of not guilty.Please, hear my desperate plea.
You can file the motion and hold your breath - but - if the plea was the result of a plea bargain, essentially YOU agreed to the plea. How can you appeal your OWN self-bargained plea.
A guilty plea is an admission in open court that the state can present facts sufficient to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant did the thing that he has been accused of. For details see the related link below.
No, a no contest plea cannot be appealed, unless you can show some kind of coercion to making the plea. It is similar to a guilty plea.
That would be a "no contest" plea. You're not admitting guilt but you realize the prosecution has enough evidence to convict you.Added: SUch a plea as described above would be a plea of Nolo Contendre.
"Projected" when used in this sense means that it is 'expected' that soemthing will happen. (e.g.: Because of the amount of evidence against him it is 'projected' that he will enter a guilty plea.)