United States v. Griffin (1978)

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In United States v. Griffin, 462 F. Supp. 928 (E.D. Ark. 1978), Eisele, C.J., explains why he refuses to accept plea agreements in criminal cases.

United States District Court, E. D. Arkansas, W. D.

462 F. Supp. 928

United States of America  v.  Charles Thomas GRIFFIN, Joe Henry Chambers and Charles Yielding

No. LR-CR-77-9. --- Delivered: Dec. 28, 1978. 

Court Documents
Opinion of the Court

[p929] W. H. Dillahunty, U. S. Atty., Samuel A. Perroni, Asst. U. S. Atty., Little Rock, Ark., for plaintiff.

William R. Wilson, Jr., Little Rock, Ark., for Yielding.

John Forster, Jr., North Little Rock, Ark., for Chambers.

Leon Catlett, Little Rock, Ark., for Griffin.

[Opinion of the court by Chief Judge G. THOMAS EISELE.]

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