RM266: The Albuquerque Police Officer Sex Case: A Case Study in Negotiated Pleas

RM266: The Albuquerque Police Officer Sex Case: A Case Study in Negotiated Pleas

Learn about negotiated plea deals and defense strategies in high-profile cases from this podcast discussion. The hosts explore the case of former police officer Joshua D., accused of child solicitation and contributing to the delinquency of a minor, and discuss the challenges of negotiating a plea deal in a high-profile case. They also share strategies for defense, including finding weaknesses in the prosecution’s case, humanizing the defendant, and preparing for sentencing. Join Andy and Larry as they delve into the nuances of criminal defense in complex cases.

[6:01] Can you rent to multiple PFRs? Is it something you should fight to have changed if you can’t?

[10:02] Should non-contact, image offenses get such a large amount of prison time? And should it be considered violent?

[19:27] The Albuquerque Police Officer Sex Case

[49:06] End the Trial Penalty


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