English version

plead no contest

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishplead no contestplead no contestlaw to state that you will not offer a defence in a court of law for something wrong you have done contest
Examples from the Corpus
plead no contestIrvin is on probation after pleading no contest in July to a felony charge of cocaine possession.Irvin served a five-game suspension this season after pleading no contest to felony cocaine possession.The company also pleaded no contest to falsifying its records to hide the illegal contributions.Burgess pleaded no contest and was fined $ 150.Last month, he pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor voter-fraud charge.He pleaded no contest to driving without a license.Unocal later pleads no contest to 12 criminal counts filed by the state and agrees to pay a $ 3 million fine.As a result, McCowan pleaded no contest, Sacks said.Earlier this week, Sherrod pleaded no contest to contempt of court for fleeing Holley.
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