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People v. McIntosh, No. A122142

By FindLaw Staff on September 09, 2009 | Last updated on March 21, 2019

Denial of defendant's motion to withdraw his pleas of no contest is affirmed where, when sentencing discretion is expressly constrained by the terms of a plea agreement and the judge who accepted the plea becomes unavailable for reasons beyond the court's or the prosecutor's control, the defendant is not automatically entitled to withdraw his plea under People v. Arbuckle (1978) 22 Cal.3d 749 in the absence of evidence that exercise of individualized judicial discretion was material element of the consideration for the plea agreement.     

Read People v. McIntosh, No. A122142

Appellate Information

Filed September 8, 2009


Opinion by Judge Bruiniers


For Appellant:  Matthew Zwerling and L. Richard Braucher 

For Respondent: Edmund G. Brown Jr., Attorney General, Gerald A. Engler, Assistant Attorney General, Laurence K. Sullivan and Martin S. Kaye, Deputy Attorneys General 

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