I told my lawyer in the back of the courtroom that I would not plead guilty to the reckless driving
unless she and the prosecutor assured me that there would be no revocation of the other case( Public intoxication
.) I had had prior to this case. Here is the entry on the Court's Chronological Case Summary .Is this language correct or did she pull one over on me. Date5/21/2013 State by (prosecutors name) Defendant in person with(Lawyers name) for plea hearing. Signed Misdemeanor
Written Advisement filed. Written Plea Agreement filed 4/15/13. Parties did add an Amendment to Written Plea as follows: State agrees not to file a PTR in 34D03-1103-........ Parties stipulate as to Affidavit for Probable Cause as to Ct.IV. Defendant withdraws plea of not Guilty and enters a plea of Guilty to Ct. IV. State moves to dismiss CTS.I and III Dismissed. Factual basis. Convicted. Sentence in CT.IV. pursuant to written plea: 180 Days HCCJC(Howard county criminal justice Center),10 Days Executed, balance suspended , time satisfied (5/4/2012-5/8/2012). Defendant placed on 180 Days IHD with good time credit, As a term of probation
. Report today. Defendant to pay $135.00 Restitution
to St. Joseph Hospital. State to file order. Court cost $166.00 PD fee waived. Clerk to remove $100.00 PD fee. Fees and costs from bond. Bond ordered released subject to payment of fees and cost with balance to IHD office, per Defense request. Judgment on finding jh The BMV is ordered to reinstate the defendant's driving
privileges effective immediately in this cause of action. Further , the BMV is hereby ordered to expunge any and all reference of this offense and any reference to chemical test failure from the defendants driving record. All as per Written Order. Does all this sound right legally?What does " factual basis." mean in this context. Is there anything that sounds fishy to you with this. Sorry to say I don't trust her . she lied to me a couple of times.