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Their response was, put him in jail, he’ll be safe there,
PFC [Private first class] Manning is not submitting a plea as part of an agreement or deal with the Government. Further, the Government does not need to agree to PFC Manning’s plea; the Court simply has to determine that the plea is legally permissible. If the Court allows PFC Manning to plead guilty by exceptions and substitutions, the Government may still elect to prove up the charged offenses. Pleading by exceptions and substitutions, in other words, does not change the offenses with which PFC Manning has been charged and for which he is scheduled to stand trial.
These charges are the work of a vindictive and politically motivated Governor working through an un-elected attorney general, Linda Kelly, whom he appointed to do his bidding and who will be a lame duck five days from now. There is no factual basis to support these charges,
The rule provides that if you maintain a continuing presence in an actual legal office, you have to be licensed. It is not talking about law professors who dabble in the law outside of the classroom. Lots of law professors do that and based on what I see there is nothing improper or illegal about it.