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Guilty-Plea Withdrawal – Sufficiency of Plea

  Appellant, after pleading guilty to misdemeanor fourth-degree driving while impaired, argued that the facts elicited from him during his guilty-plea hearing were insufficient to establish guilt. Appellant argued that this testimony does not reflect guilt under Minn. Stat. sec. 169A.20, subd. 1(7) because he never specifically admitted that he had a “schedule I or II” ...

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