If a person has not been convicted of the prior crimes, then no, he can't be charged as a repeat offender. However, if the person has been convicted, even if that person believes he was wrongfully convicted, he can be charged as a repeat offender.
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never been in trouble before this, can he still be charged with repeat offender if his LAWYER AGREED TO IT, AND MAY SAY HE AGREED TO IT ALSO ?
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