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I signed a plea bargain but have'nt seen the judge yet.Can I still withdraw my plea?

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You would have to ask the prosecuter and then it would be up to thejudge even if you have not yet seen the judge
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What is Plea bargaining?

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What is a plea bargain?

Answer   A lesser charge the prosecuters in court offer you. So they dont have to take it to trial. Cause it costs the city lots of time and money.

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How does a plea bargain benefit judge?

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