Defendant pleaded guilty to a charge of statutory rape. After questioning him the court accepted his plea, and sentence was deferred pending an investigation by the probation and psychopathic departments. Before being sentenced, defendant requested that his plea be changed but did not deny that he was guilty. The court refused his request and sentenced him. Held, defendant should have been allowed to withdraw his plea of guilty. People v. Anderson, 321 Mich. 533, 33 N.W. (2d) 72 (1948).
Andrew W. Lockton, III S.Ed.,
CRIMINAL LAW-WITHDRAWAL OF A PLEA OF GUILTY,
Mich. L. Rev.
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