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Should I Plead No Contest?
Should I Plead No Contest?

Meaning “nolo contendere” in Latin, no contest is a plea used in criminal proceedings as an alternative to a guilty or not guilty plea. When a defendant pleads no contest, he or she neither admits nor disputes committing the criminal offense. Although a no contest plea is ...

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