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coleccion elige tu propia aventura crack that, as a term of the plea agreement, Mr. Brown and Mr. Fuller would go free and neither would be required to testify. On January 17, 2005, the district court allowed the government to withdraw the plea agreement due to inconsistencies between the written plea agreement and the oral plea colloquy. It then accepted Mr. Brown’s guilty plea without a plea agreement. Mr. Brown asserts that the new plea agreement in place at the time of his trial was the same as the agreement he entered into in January. Mr. Brown’s assertion is incorrect. On July 22, 2004, the government and Mr. Brown’s attorney signed a document entitled “Plea Agreement” to which was attached a “waiver” signed by Mr. Brown stating that he did not dispute “his federal and/or state criminal liability and/or criminal penalty.” This document included an extension of the plea agreement of January 17, 2005. The plea agreement signed by Mr. Brown on July 22, 2004, contained two significant changes from the January 17, 2005 plea agreement. First, the July 2004 plea agreement added a provision that the sentence could not be reduced based on Mr. Brown’s status as a career offender. Second, the July 2004 plea agreement removed Mr. Fuller and Mr. Hargrove as parties to the agreement. Mr. Brown now argues that the July agreement was a “reinstatement” of the January plea agreement. Because the July agreement included these two significant changes from the January agreement, it was not the same agreement. The July plea agreement did not include a provision that the government would dismiss the remaining charges against Mr. Brown if he cooperated. In addition, the July 2004 plea agreement did not include the provision that the two men would go free if they cooperated with the government. The government was therefore not bound to take advantage of Mr. Brown’s cooperation and it was not obligated to dismiss any charges. The trial court did not err in denying Mr. Brown’s motion for a mist









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