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We emphasize that the behavior that led to [the attorney's] nolo contendere pleas to two felonies, and his subsequent failure to report those pleas to the Bar for seven years, is egregious misconduct that is unbecoming of a member of The Florida Bar.
The Advisory Committee Note to original Rule 11 says that "[t]he plea of nolo contendere has always existed in the federal courts," although the earliest reported federal discussion of the plea is believed to be in Tucker v.
1990)(holding that a convicted sex offender who entered a nolo contendere plea waived his right against self-incrimination following his conviction), and State v.
That if she or he pleads guilty or nolo contendere, the trial judge must inform him or her that, if he or she is not a United States citizen, the plea may subject him or her to deportation pursuant to the laws and regulations governing the United States Immigration and Naturalization Services.
410 (1978), which makes evidence of a plea of nolo contendere "inadmissible in any civil or criminal proceeding.
8) Issues cognizable in an appeal from a guilty or nolo contendere plea without reservation of the right to appeal are now listed in FLA.
has entered a plea of nolo contendere in Santa Barbara County Court to two felony charges under California's Elder Abuse statute.
Stern today announced that JOSEPH ISOLA, age 53, formerly of Westwood, Massachusetts, and former President of Damon, an independent clinical blood laboratory, pled nolo contendere last Friday before U.
Murphree was suspended for one year, effective nunc pro tunc, September 15, 2008, as a result of his having pled nolo contendere to one felony count of possession of cocaine and one misdemeanor count of possession of drug paraphernalia.
Presley, (46) the defendant entered a plea of nolo contendere to several interstate gambling offenses.
4) The court's policy concerning nolo contendere or Alford pleas and the court's policy concerning plea arrangements that involve sentencing recommendations; and
Dorn II was convicted by a plea of nolo contendere in the Mendocino County Superior Court to violating Penal Code Section 503/487, embezzlement, on September 21, 1999.