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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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That said (IAAL), the absence of a judicial encounter wherein he "allocuted" to the charged conduct may present enough wriggle room for a friendly judge to set aside the plea.
Instead, the prosecutor allowed him to plead guilty to the first homicide on the condition that he completely allocuted to the crime.
A couple of months ago, he allocuted (ph) under oath that he committed the three crimes he's charged with and he was accepting the 25 years in prison.
drunkdriver, the courts have an obligation to refuse to accept a plea deal if the plea is not supported by the allocuted facts or the law.