Q: My husband didn't take the plea agreement but now he wants it can he get it again
The short answer is maybe, maybe not. Defendants do not have a right to a plea agreement and when one expires it is usually solely within the prosecutor's discretion to re extend it. However, my personally experience is that if the prosecutor has not done too much extra work yet and trial is not too close, or if there are issues in the state's case, an offer can be re extended. He should talk to his lawyer of hire counsel ASAP.
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