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FOR THE MIDDLE DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA MOTION FOR LEAVE TO WITHDRAW PLEA OF GUILTY The Defendant, by and through undersigned counsel, hereby moves for leave to withdraw his plea of guilty to Count Two of the Indictment. In support thereof, undersigned counsel states On February 26, 2001, the Defendant was indicted on one count of kidnaping, in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 1201, and one count of aggravated sexual abuse, in violation of 18 U.S.C. § On April 2, 2001, the Defendant pled guilty, pursuant to a written plea agreement, to the charge of aggravated sexual abuse. The Court accepted the Defendant’s plea of guilty, and set sentencing in the matter for August 7, 2001.
The presentence report was disclosed to the parties on June 29, 2001. The Defendant’s initial objections to the presentence report were forwarded to the Probation Officer and Government Counsel on July 7, 2001. The Defendant’s Position of Defendant with Respect to Sentencing Factors was filed with the On July 6, 2001, the Defendant first indicated, in a conference with undersigned counsel’s investigator, interest in seeking leave to withdraw his plea of guilty to Count Two of the I ndictment. Following an exchange of correspondence, undersigned counsel and his investigator met with the Defendant at the Moore County Jail in Carthage, North Carolina, on July 18, 2001. At that meeting, undersigned counsel advised the Defendant regarding the applicable law, and both the legal and practical implications of seeking leave to withdraw his plea of guilty to Count Two of the Indictment. The Defendant advised undersigned counsel of his belief that he is not guilty of aggravated sexual abuse as charged in Count Two of the Indictment, and his bel ief that he was depressed and not thinking clearly at the time he entered his plea of guilty.1 At the conclusion of that meeting, the Def endant instructed undersigned counsel to prepare and file this motion. Rule 32(e) of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure provides that, prior to the imposition of sentence, “the court may permit the plea [of guilty] to be withdrawn if the defendant 1 A mental health evaluation prepared January 23, 2001, by the North Carolina Department of Correction, includes an Axis I diagnosis of Dysthymia, and an Axis II diagnosis of Personality Disorder, NOS, with Antisocial, Paranoid, and Narcissistic Features. The Defendant was prescribed Sinequan and Zyprexa at that time, and he advises undersigned counsel that he continues to take the same shows any fair and just reason.”2 It is the Defendant’s belief that the matters he described for counsel constitute “fair and just reason[s],” and that he should be allowed leave to withdraw his plea of guilty to Count Two of the Indictment.
Because this motion includes reference to sensitive personal mental health information, undersigned counsel requests Respectfully submitted this the 20th day of July, 2001.
LOUIS C. ALLEN IIIFederal Public Defender ERIC D. PLACKEAssistant Federal Public DefenderArkansas State Bar No. 86207North Carolina State Bar No. 20671101 S. Elm Street, Suite 210Greensboro, NC 27402(336) 333-5455 2 The factors to be considered in making that determination are set forth in United States v. Moore, 931 F.2d 245, 248 (4th Cir. 1991).
I hereby certify that copies of the foregoing Motion for Leave to Withdraw Plea of Guilty were served on the followingparties by U.S. Mail: Ms. Lisa B. BoggsAssistant United States AttorneyP.O. Box 1858Greensboro, NC 27402 Mr. Joseph R. MaciejewskiUnited States Probation Officer 2330 Broad StreetDurham, NC 27704 ________________________________ERIC D. PLACKEAssistant Federal Public Defender

Source: http://www.fpdmdnc.org/Motions/withdraw%20guilty%20plea.pdf

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