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People v. Monk, 77

Judgment of conviction of attempted first degree robbery entered pursuant to plea agreement is affirmed, where: 1) the trial court has no obligation to explain to defendants who plead guilty the possibility that collateral consequences may attach to their criminal convictions; 2) the ramifications of a defendant's violation of the conditions of post-release supervision are classic collateral consequences of a criminal conviction; 3) these consequences are not a "core component" of the sentence imposed on the defendant by the judge to fulfill the bargain struck by the parties; and therefore, 4) the trial court was under no obligation to notify defendant of such possible reincarceration.

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  • Decided 04/30/2013
  • Published 04/30/2013


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