The prosecutor who handled the disorderly conduct case against Sen. Larry Craig says the Idaho Republican was calm and methodical as they discussed Craig entering a guilty plea.
Craig also was warned that his case would be a matter of public record, said prosecutor Christopher Renz.
Renz's version of events contradicts claims the senator makes in his petition to vacate his guilty plea. The petition states Craig was in a state of panic over the allegations becoming public, and was driven to accept a guilty plea without seeking legal advice. Read full article »
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