If someone is incarcerated in an Ohio jail. Can a lawyer plea the client in a Kentucky court without the client being present?
1 Answer from Attorneys
It depends on what the defendant is charged with. Most misdemeanor pleas can be entered without the defendant being present. In my experience, a felony plea will require the defendant's presence.
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