Authorities 1 This opinion cites: Com. Moose, A. Please support our work with a donation. Appellant No. Upon review, we affirm. In , Moose assisted his co-defendant in the rape and murder of Judy Ketterman, whom police found dead beneath a railroad bridge along Codorus Creek in York County. Specifically, Moose restrained the victim while his co-defendant raped her, banged her head, and held a knife to her throat. On May 9, , Moose pled guilty pursuant to a negotiated plea agreement.
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On August 13, , Moose filed a motion to enforce the negotiated plea agreement and enjoin any requirement that he register under SORNA. See Commonwealth v. In support of his argument, Moose relies on Commonwealth v.
Hainesworth, 82 A. In Hainesworth, the defendant entered a negotiated guilty plea to statutory sexual assault, indecent assault and criminal use of a communication facility. During the guilty plea hearing, the Commonwealth repeatedly assured the defendant that his guilty plea did not obligate him to register as a sex offender. Three years later, one week before SORNA took effect, the defendant filed a motion seeking to terminate supervision by the probation department.
As such, it was not error for the trial court to order specific enforcement of that bargain.
Here, it is undisputed that Moose entered into a negotiated plea agreement with the Commonwealth. However, there is a significant difference between the case sub judice and Hainesworth. Lying lips After a nightclub singer is framed for murder and sent to prison, her detective boyfriend uncovers the real crooks. Juke joint ; The bronze buckaroo ; Go down death ; Blood of Jesus Visual 1 edition published in in English and held by 87 WorldCat member libraries worldwide Juke joint: Two con-men end up in a small Midwestern town and pose as Hollywood big shots. The Bronze Buckaroo Visual 18 editions published between and in English and held by 69 WorldCat member libraries worldwide A roaring round-up of song-studded thrills in this western featuring an all black cast in a Richard C.
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