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attorneys improperly advised him to accept the plea agreement and claims his attorneys didn't tell him he could plead no contest. In his denial, Judge Clause said, "At the Plea and Sentencing Hearing, the court thoroughly questioned the defendant regarding his representation by counsel. On page 17 of the Transcript, the court begins by explaining in detail the right to counsel as well as Nike Metcon Id 2
A state district judge has denied convicted killer Brandon Scott Lavergne's request to withdraw his guilty plea.
Lavergne is serving two life sentences for killing Pate and Mickey Shunick and avoided the death penalty in exchange for confessions and telling investigators the location of Shunick's body.
Judge Clause denied all four of Lavergne's post conviction relief claims. Lavergne argues lack of jurisdiction in the Lisa Pate case and an illegal indictment, denied due process and the right to a fair trial, torture and coercion, and ineffective attorneys.
District Judge Denies Brandon Scott Lavergne's Claims
Lavergne's claims of torture and coercion are unfounded. He claims media hype and law enforcement leaks tainted the jury pool and that solitary confinement and no outside recreation tortured him and caused him to go insane. He claims the conditions "impaired his ability to make a rational choice in any matter." But, referring again to the Psychological Report, a doctor found Lavergne able to reasonably consult with an attorney, able to understand general legal information, and able to communicate preferences about how his case will be handled. "Consequently, the court finds the allegations of torture and coercion are irrelevant and were waived upon the defendant's properly entered plea of guilty," Clause said.
in Acadia Parish. He believes Lafayette had no jurisdiction to indict and prosecute him in for that murder and claims double jeopardy since a Grand Jury was held in both Acadia and Lafayette Parishes. In 2008, the Acadia Grand Jury, didn't have enough evidence to indict him on a murder charge. "The defendant enticed or persuaded Lisa Pate in Lafayette Parish to go to another place outside of Lafayette Parish," Clause ruled. He continued, "Accordingly, an act or element of Pate's kidnap/murder occuring in Lafayette Parish was part of the State's case."
Judge Clause denied Lavergne's claim of having ineffective attorneys. Lavergne claims his attorney's did nothing to stop "leaks" of publicity, and among other claims, abandoned him while he was leading law enforcement to Shunick's body, which happened after he signed the plea agreement and confessed. Also, Lavergne claims his Nike Metcon Women's Sale
In his first claim, Lavergne argues Lafayette Parish was not the proper venue for the Lisa Pate case because her body was found Nike Kyrie 3 Id
In one of his claims, Lavergne argues items such as his cell phone, computers, clothes, documents, and a sword taken during the investigation should be returned to him. He says they're not contraband and they're no longer needed as evidence, but 15th Judical District Judge Herman Clause denied his request based on Lavergne's application to withdraw his guilty plea. "Thus the possibility of renewed prosecution of the case and the defendant going to trial for these crimes remains," Clause noted in his order. He added, "In that situation, the seized property may be needed as evidence."
His ruling shows the psychological report concluded that Lavergne "was in the high average range of intellectual functioning and factual understanding of the legal process intact." Judge Clause further stated, "He knowingly and voluntarily waived the right to a fair and impartial trial and all other constitutional rights. Furthermore, the State did nothing to in contravention of the plea agreement."
the right to defend himself, with the attorney having free access in private at all reasonable hours. The court asked the defendant if he had any problems, and defendant responded no, except for a couple of issues with phones, "everything was good."
As for Lavergne's claim of being denied due process and a right to a fair trial, Judge Clause said the claims are irrelevant based on Lavergne's guilty plea. "A review of the Plea and Sentencing Hearing Nike Zoom Hyperrev 2014 Red transcript, as well as the Psychological Report, Agreement, and Statement in Support of Plea indicate that the defendant was clearly explained his rights and that his responses were knowing and voluntary," the judge ruled.
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