This is the second post in a three-part series about the guilty plea process in Texas criminal Courts.
In the first post I covered how the State of Texas locks in your guilty plea through a series of signed admonishments and waivers.
Today’s post covers the plea bargain and judgment. Please remember, the primary point of describing this (mostly boring) process is to inform clients and their families of the procedural protections created by the Texas Legal System to Protect Judgments and Guilty Pleas. You should at least have a basic familiarity with how the process works before deciding whether it is worth it to later challenge your plea.