Monthly Archives: August 2010

NORGAARD Plea of Guilty (Unable To Recall) (10-16)

QUESTION: WHAT IS A NORGAARD PLEA OF GUILTY? A Norgaard Plea is a procedure that governs situations where a defendant wants to enter a plea of guilty (usually in order to take advantage of a plea agreement) but is unable to recall facts due to intoxication or amnesia. Unlike an Alford plea, in a Norgaard Plea, Defendant does not make a claim he is innocent.

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