What does "Plead the Fif" mean?

Answer it refers to the Fifith ammendment of the constitution which basically states that you do not have to testify if you are going to incriminate yourself. example: if you were called to testify in you... Read More »

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What does it mean to plead admitted?

A plea of admitted in a criminal case is essentially the same as pleading guilty to the criminal charge. Most often a plea of admitted is used during a probation violation hearing where the defend... Read More »

What does it mean to plead not guilty?

A plea of "not guilty" in a U.S. courtroom means that the defendant is saying he is not guilty--or not responsible--for the crime he is charged with committing. It does not mean "innocent"; if foun... Read More »

What should I plead in traffic court?

On One Hand: Not Guilty Often WorksAccording to World Law Direct, more than half of the 5 percent of contested speeding tickets are dismissed by the judge. Those who still lose the case after conte... Read More »

How to Plead Bankruptcy?

Bankruptcy laws give consumers a fresh start when they can no longer pay what they owe. Pleading bankruptcy is an option when all other attempts at making minimum payments to creditors have failed.... Read More »