Word "PLEA" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a humble request for help from someone in authority
Synonyms:
supplication

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
an answer indicating why a suit should be dismissed

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
(law) a defendant's answer by a factual matter (as distinguished from a demurrer)

Crossword Clues for PLEA

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Clue Source Date
Urgent, begging request Family Time 16 Jan 2022
Heartfelt request USA Today 06 Jan 2022
"Guilty," e.g Universal 01 Jan 2022
Heartstring-tugging appeal USA Today 15 Dec 2021
Response to a judge LA Times Daily 14 Dec 2021
Entreaty Wall Street Journal 16 Nov 2021
Entreaty Thomas Joseph 15 Nov 2021
Request for help USA Today 08 Nov 2021
"Not guilty," e.g Universal 29 Oct 2021
“But Dad, I WAAANT it!” for example Wall Street Journal 20 Oct 2021
Heartfelt request USA Today 10 Oct 2021
Urgent request Newsday 10 Oct 2021
“Help!,” for example New York Times 09 Oct 2021
Earnest request USA Today 08 Oct 2021
Urgent request USA Today 02 Oct 2021
Entreaty Thomas Joseph 01 Oct 2021
Defendant's declaration Universal 27 Sep 2021
“No contest,” for one New York Times 24 Sep 2021
Urgent request Family Time 20 Sep 2021
Urgent request New York Times 13 Sep 2021
''Not guilty,'' for one Newsday 06 Sep 2021
"No contest" or "not guilty" Universal 01 Sep 2021
Guilty, at times The Washington Post 27 Aug 2021
Guilty, at times LA Times Daily 27 Aug 2021
Emotionally charged appeal USA Today 25 Aug 2021
Desperate request USA Today 23 Aug 2021
''Not guilty,'' for one Newsday 04 Aug 2021
Entreaty Thomas Joseph 03 Aug 2021
Subject of bargaining Wall Street Journal 21 Jul 2021
Entreaty Eugene Sheffer 14 Jul 2021
Mount Blanc rising over foundation of gorge or that's the claim Irish Times Crosaire 05 Jun 2021
Urgent request for help Newsday 31 May 2021
Response before a judge The Washington Post Sunday 23 May 2021
Defendant's answer to a charge Newsday 18 May 2021
Request for help USA Today 13 May 2021
Bargaining outcome Wall Street Journal 29 Apr 2021
It's made in court Universal 24 Apr 2021
Thing entered in court Family Time 28 Mar 2021
'I beg of you,' e.g New York Times 21 Feb 2021
'Don't go!' e.g USA Today 21 Feb 2021
Petition The Telegraph Quick 10 Feb 2021
"Not guilty," for one Thomas Joseph 01 Feb 2021
Desperate request USA Today 28 Jan 2021
Earnest appeal The Telegraph Quick 13 Jan 2021
Beggar’s utterance Wall Street Journal 30 Dec 2020
It may be made with clasped hands Universal 30 Dec 2020
''Not guilty,'' e.g Newsday 22 Nov 2020
Court declaration Premier Sunday 01 Nov 2020
Urgent request Family Time 25 Oct 2020
"Have mercy," for one Universal 20 Oct 2020
'Help me,' e.g The Washington Post Sunday 27 Sep 2020
Defense statement Newsday 11 Sep 2020
Urgent request The Times Concise 24 Aug 2020
"Guilty," e.g Premier Sunday 02 Aug 2020
Excuse made by Tuck, endlessly? The Telegraph Cryptic 13 Jul 2020
Courtroom statement Universal 25 Jun 2020
Self-defense, for one Family Time 21 Jun 2020
Humble request for help Family Time 14 Jun 2020
Maybe guilty in triple assault The Sun Two Speed 13 Jun 2020
Appeal The Sun Two Speed 13 Jun 2020
Urgent request USA Today 06 Jun 2020
''Guilty'' or ''Not guilty'' Newsday 03 Jun 2020
Heartfelt appeal USA Today 24 May 2020
Often-urgent request Universal 02 May 2020
Bombeck who wrote 'I Lost Everything in the Post-Natal Depression' New York Times 30 Apr 2020
"Not guilty" or "no contest" Universal 15 Apr 2020
'Don't leave me this way,' for one USA Today 30 Mar 2020
Submission in court The Washington Post Sunday 29 Mar 2020
SOS, e.g USA Today 21 Mar 2020
Answer to a legal charge Newsday 18 Mar 2020
Court bargaining chip The Washington Post Sunday 08 Mar 2020
Result of bargaining Wall Street Journal 05 Mar 2020
Urgent request The Washington Post Sunday 23 Feb 2020
A judge hears one Universal 05 Jan 2020
''Not guilty,'' for one Newsday 31 Dec 2019
Emotional request Wall Street Journal 31 Dec 2019
Entreaty Thomas Joseph 28 Dec 2019
Heartfelt request USA Today 21 Dec 2019
Desperate appeal USA Today 19 Dec 2019
Response in court The Washington Post 08 Dec 2019
Response in court LA Times Daily 08 Dec 2019
'Nolo contendere,' e.g New York Times 04 Dec 2019
"Nolo contendere," e.g.
Arraignment statement Newsday 01 Dec 2019
Courtroom claim New York Times 27 Nov 2019
Courtroom claim
Request for mercy? The Telegraph Quick 26 Nov 2019
Entreaty Eugene Sheffer 22 Nov 2019
''Guilty'' or ''not guilty'' Newsday 19 Nov 2019
Kind of bargain New York Times 12 Nov 2019
Kind of bargain
Nolo contendere, for one Universal 07 Nov 2019
Self-defense, to a judge Family Time 03 Nov 2019
Urgent request Universal 01 Nov 2019
Temporary insanity, e.g USA Today 31 Oct 2019
Fund-raising letter, e.g.
Fund-raising letter, e.g New York Times 30 Oct 2019
Guilty perhaps some disciple admits The Sun Two Speed 25 Oct 2019
Desperate request Universal 22 Oct 2019
Innocent, for one The Washington Post 27 Sep 2019
Innocent, for one LA Times Daily 27 Sep 2019
Earnest request LA Times Daily 17 Sep 2019
'Help me, Obi-Wan Kenobi. You're my only hope,' e.g New York Times 17 Sep 2019
Earnest request The Washington Post 17 Sep 2019
Lead-in to bargain or deal New York Times 15 Sep 2019
No contest, for one Universal 11 Sep 2019
An appeal or entreaty Family Time 08 Sep 2019
'Nolo contendere,' e.g USA Today 07 Sep 2019
Entreaty The Times Concise 29 Aug 2019
__ bargain The Washington Post 02 Aug 2019
__ bargain LA Times Daily 02 Aug 2019
'Not guilty,' for one Thomas Joseph 24 Jul 2019
Defendant's declaration Wall Street Journal 23 Jul 2019
One may be copped New York Times 20 Jul 2019
Type of bargain Family Time 08 Jul 2019
Court claim Premier Sunday 07 Jul 2019
Excuse source of gratification when half-cut The Telegraph Toughie 03 Jul 2019
Self-defense, in court Family Time 01 Jul 2019
Part of a legal bargain USA Today 24 Jun 2019
Kind of bargain Family Time 23 Jun 2019
Request from Martin leaving Parliament Irish Times Crosaire 22 Jun 2019
Humble request The Telegraph Quick 19 Jun 2019
Request The Telegraph Quick 07 Jun 2019
'Guilty' or 'no contest' USA Today 07 Jun 2019
Something to cop USA Today 26 May 2019
Appeal The Telegraph Quick 09 May 2019
Request sees enjoyment cut by half The Telegraph Cryptic 08 May 2019
Guilty perhaps in multiple assaults The Sun Two Speed 10 Apr 2019
Earnest request Newsday 09 Apr 2019
"Guilty" or "not guilty" Universal 01 Apr 2019
Self-defense in court, for one Family Time 01 Apr 2019
Request from the desperate USA Today 11 Mar 2019
Court declaration The New Yorker 25 Feb 2019
Heartfelt request The Times Concise 13 Feb 2019
Urgent request Newsday 07 Feb 2019
Begging word Universal 04 Jan 2019
Defendant's declaration
__ bargain
Innocent, for one
Earnest request
Temporary insanity, e.g.
Something to cop
Lead-in to bargain or deal
One may be copped
Request from the desperate
Part of a legal bargain
"Guilty" or "not guilty"
Begging word
Desperate request
"Nolo contendere," e.g.
"Help me, Obi-Wan Kenobi. You're my only hope," e.g.
No contest, for one
Urgent request
"Guilty" or "no contest"
Entreaty Wall Street Journal 22 Dec 2018
Entered response New York Times 15 Dec 2018
Claim place on middle of seat The Telegraph Cryptic 06 Dec 2018
Defendant's answer Universal 06 Dec 2018
Urgent request LA Times Daily 26 Nov 2018
Urgent request The Washington Post 26 Nov 2018
Call for leniency, say Newsday 22 Sep 2018
Outcome of bargaining, perhaps Wall Street Journal 28 Aug 2018
"Spare me!" e.g Family Time 13 Aug 2018
S O S, basically New York Times 09 Aug 2018
Courtroom statement Newsday 01 Aug 2018
Statement of desperation Universal 28 May 2018
Entreaty LA Times Daily 27 May 2018
Entreaty The Washington Post 27 May 2018
Judge's request Newsday 27 May 2018
Court bargaining chip LA Times Daily 25 May 2018
Court bargaining chip The Washington Post 25 May 2018
"Help me!" for one Family Time 20 May 2018
Response to a charge Newsday 11 May 2018
Court statement Universal 08 May 2018
Subject of a court bargain USA Today 26 Apr 2018
Urgent call Newsday 20 Apr 2018
Court proposition New York Times 18 Apr 2018
Courtroom entry The Chronicle of Higher Education 13 Apr 2018
Ardent request LA Times Daily 02 Apr 2018
Ardent request The Washington Post 02 Apr 2018
It's entered in court USA Today 23 Mar 2018
Nolo contendere, e.g New York Times 12 Mar 2018
"Have mercy!" e.g Universal 07 Mar 2018
Tot's "Can I?" USA Today 28 Feb 2018
'Help me, Obi-Wan Kenobi,' e.g New York Times 19 Feb 2018
''Not guilty,'' for instance Newsday 23 Jan 2018
Part of a bargain, maybe The Washington Post 20 Jan 2018
Part of a bargain, maybe LA Times Daily 20 Jan 2018
Prayer The Telegraph Quick 18 Jan 2018
"Spare me" or "not guilty" Universal 18 Jan 2018
Result of bargaining, perhaps Wall Street Journal 02 Jan 2018
Court statement
Entreaty
Courtroom entry
Outcome of bargaining, perhaps
Statement of desperation
"Spare me" or "not guilty"
Defendant's answer
Urgent request
Urgent request
Part of a bargain, maybe
Entreaty
Court bargaining chip
Ardent request
S O S, basically
Tot's "Can I?"
Subject of a court bargain
Nolo contendere, e.g.
Entered response
Court proposition
"Help me, Obi-Wan Kenobi," e.g.
Urgent request The Telegraph Quick 23 Dec 2017
Not guilty, for one LA Times Daily 04 Dec 2017
Not guilty, for one The Washington Post 04 Dec 2017
Defendant's answer to court charges Family Time 03 Dec 2017
Excuse; entreaty The Telegraph Quick 30 Nov 2017
Cry for help Newsday 28 Nov 2017
Response to a charge The Washington Post Sunday 12 Nov 2017
Offering to a judge Newsday 09 Nov 2017
Defendant's response Jonesin 07 Nov 2017
''Not guilty,'' for example Newsday 24 Oct 2017
Court entry LA Times Daily 22 Oct 2017
Court entry The Washington Post 22 Oct 2017
"Not guilty," for one Universal 21 Oct 2017
Courtroom entry Family Time 16 Oct 2017
Urgent request Wall Street Journal 12 Oct 2017
Prayer, e.g New York Times 29 Sep 2017
Entreaty The Telegraph Quick 14 Sep 2017
Pressure on regulars in illegal action The Telegraph Toughie 13 Sep 2017
'Not guilty,' e.g New York Times 11 Sep 2017
Petition Premier Sunday 03 Sep 2017
Supplication Premier Sunday 20 Aug 2017
"No contest," for one USA Today 15 Aug 2017
"Nolo contendere," e.g USA Today 13 Aug 2017
Response to a charge, in court Universal 13 Aug 2017
Urgent request The Guardian Speedy 05 Aug 2017
Urgent entreaty The Times Concise 28 Jul 2017
Defendant's entry New York Times 25 Jul 2017
Copperfield's taken in two parts -- one could be guilty The Telegraph Cryptic 24 Jul 2017
"Please let me go!" e.g Universal 16 Jul 2017
Supplication Canadiana 10 Jul 2017
Type of bargain Universal 05 Jul 2017
Message from the Red Cross, maybe New York Times 02 Jul 2017
'Spare me!,' for one New York Times 28 Jun 2017
Г%82"Not guilty,Г%82" e.g Family Time 18 Jun 2017
It may affect a sentence The Washington Post 16 Jun 2017
It may affect a sentence LA Times Daily 16 Jun 2017
Statement from the accused USA Today 12 Jun 2017
'Save yourself!,' e.g New York Times 07 Jun 2017
'Not guilty,' often Wall Street Journal 30 May 2017
'Listen!,' e.g New York Times 20 May 2017
Insanity, in court The Washington Post 17 May 2017
Insanity, in court LA Times Daily 17 May 2017
"Absolutely not guilty!" e.g Universal 13 May 2017
Courtroom entry LA Times Daily 09 May 2017
Courtroom entry The Washington Post 09 May 2017
"Don't hurt me!" is one Universal 28 Apr 2017
Excuse The Telegraph Quick 13 Apr 2017
Risked a ticket New York Times 01 Apr 2017
Humble request Universal 26 Mar 2017
"Don't hurt me," e.g Universal 16 Mar 2017
'Guilty,' for example The Washington Post 28 Feb 2017
Answer to a charge The Washington Post 08 Feb 2017
Defendant's part of the bargain Family Time 06 Feb 2017
Suit has short fold The Telegraph Toughie 31 Jan 2017
Earnest request The Telegraph Quick 07 Jan 2017
Regularly applies to be seen with a petition The Telegraph Cryptic 02 Jan 2017
"Don't go!," e.g.
Court entry
Courtroom entry
Insanity, in court
It may affect a sentence
Not guilty, for one
Statement from the accused
"No contest," for one
Type of bargain
Response to a charge, in court
Humble request
"Please let me go!" e.g.
"Not guilty," for one
"Don't hurt me," e.g.
"Don't hurt me!" is one
"Absolutely not guilty!" e.g.
Prayer, e.g.
Message from the Red Cross, maybe
Defendant's entry
"Spare me!," for one
"Save yourself!," e.g.
"Not guilty," e.g.
"Listen!," e.g.
Court entry Newsday 16 Dec 2016
Not guilty, often Universal 03 Dec 2016
"Spare me!" e.g Universal 30 Nov 2016
Defendant's reply The Washington Post 28 Nov 2016
Guilty, for one LA Times Daily 21 Nov 2016
___ bargain The Washington Post 20 Nov 2016
"Not guilty," e.g USA Today 17 Nov 2016
Sentence shortener, at times New York Times 17 Nov 2016
Type of bargain The Washington Post 15 Nov 2016
'S O S,' e.g New York Times 06 Nov 2016
Urgent call LA Times Daily 29 Oct 2016
Court position New York Times 22 Oct 2016
Insanity, in a courtroom Universal 09 Oct 2016
Arraignment entry USA Today 15 Sep 2016
'No contest,' for one New York Times 07 Sep 2016
Guilty, for one Family Time 05 Sep 2016
Result of a court bargain USA Today 16 Aug 2016
"Have mercy on me!" e.g Universal 14 Aug 2016
Appeal Newsday 07 Aug 2016
Request LA Times Daily 28 Jun 2016
___ bargain New York Times 06 Jun 2016
Like arctic winters New York Times 02 Jun 2016
Lightly char The Times Concise 31 May 2016
Call for help Newsday 27 May 2016
Supplication The Telegraph Quick 18 May 2016
Excuse; petition The Telegraph Quick 09 May 2016
Nolo contendere, e.g The Washington Post 27 Apr 2016
Casserole bit ['Guilty,' e.g.] Jonesin 12 Apr 2016
Appeal Premier Sunday 10 Apr 2016
Urgent request from top leaders or people appointed The Telegraph Cryptic 20 Mar 2016
Defendant's response The Washington Post 05 Mar 2016
Result of some bargaining Wall Street Journal 02 Mar 2016
"Don't hurt me!" for one Universal 27 Feb 2016
Earnest request New York Times 01 Feb 2016
Formal petition LA Times Daily 25 Jan 2016
Excuse of little creature quiet rather than loud The Telegraph Cryptic 15 Jan 2016
Earnest appeal Newsday 10 Jan 2016
Not guilty, e.g.
Arraignment entry
"No contest," for one
"Spare me!" e.g.
Insanity, in a courtroom
___ bargain
Sentence shortener, at times
Court stance
Earnest request
Court position
"S O S," e.g.
Request
Result of a court bargain
"Have mercy on me!" e.g.
Formal petition
Urgent call
Court claim Newsday 24 Dec 2015
Plenty New York Times 17 Dec 2015
Adjuration LA Times Daily 16 Dec 2015
"Have mercy," e.g USA Today 09 Dec 2015
"Not guilty," e.g Universal 08 Dec 2015
Supplication Newsday 26 Nov 2015
Not guilty, e.g USA Today 18 Nov 2015
Desperate request from pale sort The Sun Two Speed 14 Nov 2015
Emotional request The Sun Two Speed 14 Nov 2015
100-Down, for one Wall Street Journal 07 Nov 2015
Intense request LA Times Daily 26 Oct 2015
Legal action Newsday 22 Oct 2015
Court answer LA Times Daily 22 Oct 2015
Courtroom entry New York Times 21 Oct 2015
'Guilty' or 'not guilty' New York Times 12 Oct 2015
Request for help, e.g USA Today 04 Oct 2015
"Don't hurt me," for one USA Today 24 Sep 2015
Reply of the accused Universal 14 Sep 2015
Cop a ___ New York Times 26 Aug 2015
Something urged Newsday 22 Aug 2015
Humble request Family Time 02 Aug 2015
Petition New York Times 26 Jul 2015
"Not guilty," for one Family Time 12 Jul 2015
Entreaty New York Times 12 Jul 2015
Insanity, at times Universal 06 Jul 2015
Earnest appeal Irish Times Simplex 03 Jul 2015
Topic of bargaining Wall Street Journal 05 Jun 2015
"Guilty," e.g Universal 31 May 2015
Guilty, e.g USA Today 21 Apr 2015
Fold clipped in suit The Telegraph Toughie 01 Apr 2015
Nolo contendre, for one USA Today 29 Mar 2015
Humble request for help Universal 19 Mar 2015
Type of deal before a judge USA Today 24 Feb 2015
"Let me go!" e.g Family Time 02 Feb 2015
Court proceeding Newsday 31 Jan 2015
Type of bargain USA Today 17 Jan 2015
Reply of the accused
Insanity, at times
Humble request for help
"Not guilty," e.g.
"Guilty," e.g.
Type of deal before a judge
Something urged
Legal action
Earnest request
Courtroom statement
Court proceeding
Court claim
"Not guilty," for one
"Not guilty," for instance
Type of bargain
Request for help, e.g.
Nolo contendre, for one
Guilty, e.g.
Intense request
Court answer
Adjuration
"Have mercy," e.g.
"Don't hurt me," for one
"Guilty" or "not guilty"
Answer to a judge
Cop a ___
Courtroom entry
Entreaty
Supplication
Topic of bargaining
Petition
Heartfelt request
100-Down, for one
Result of some bargaining
Accused's answer
Courtroom answer
Desperate cry
Supplication
Emotional appeal
Appeal
Petition
Subject of bargaining
Urgent request
Self-defense, for one
Court declaration
Court appeal
Answer to a judge
"Not guilty," for one
"Not guilty" is one
"Don't shoot!," e.g.
"S O S!," e.g.
S O S, e.g.
Subject of a court bargain
"Nooooo don't make me go to bed, come ONNNNN Mooooooommmmmmmm," e.g.
Courtroom response
Exhortation
Tell it to the judge
Fund-raising letter, e.g.
Urgent request
It may be a bargain
Entreaty
"Not guilty," for example
"Guilty" or "not guilty"
Appeal
Guilty, e.g.
Urgent request
Appeal
Bargaining focus
Court answer
Earnest request
Court declaration
Courtroom declaration
Earnest appeal
Earnest entreaty
Guilty with an explanation, say
Bargaining focus
20 Across, for one
Arraignment statement
Court statement
Cry for help
"No more!," e.g.
Court claim
Defendant's declaration
'SOS!,' e.g.
Answer from the accused
"Don't hurt me!" for one
"Give me another chance," e.g.
Courtroom entry
Statement of guilt or innocence
Supplication
"Don't hurt me!" for one
"Have mercy on me," e.g.
"Not guilty," e.g.
Emotional request
Entreaty
Emotional request
"Have mercy!," e.g.
Legal entry
"No contest," e.g.
Earnest appeal
Heartfelt request
Defendant's response
"Guilty," for one
"Don't hurt me!" e.g.
"Not guilty" is one
Answer to a judge
Thing entered in court
Courtroom entry
Defendant's response
"Guilty" or "not guilty"
"Guilty," e.g.
"Not guilty," e.g.
"Not guilty," for example
Formal response in court
Statement to the judge
Defendant's response
Guilty, for example
Self-defense, e.g.
"Give me another chance," e.g.
"Guilty" or "not guilty"
"Have mercy on me!" e.g.
Earnest entreaty
Request for help
Self-defense, e.g.
Guilty, for example
Defendant's answer
__ bargaining
Tofu source
Court action
Earnest request
Court declaration
Entreaty
__ bargain
___ bargain (court deal)
"Can I? Can I? Can I?" e.g.
"No contest," for one
__ bargaining
Tell it to the judge
Perp's petition
Subject of some bargaining
Nolo contendere, e.g.
Defendant's declaration
Formal courtroom statement
Result of some court bargaining
Defendant's answer
Response to a charge
Courtroom declaration
It's entered in a courtroom
Court action
Defendant's response
Cry for mercy, e.g.
Subject of some bargaining
It may be open to bargaining
Guilty, e.g.
Defensive maneuver
Judge's hearing
Cry for help
___ bargain (legal stratagem)
Courtroom bargain
Answer to a charge
Answer in court
Not guilty, for example
"Do it just for me," e.g.
Court entry
Court response
Courtroom response
Fervent request
Subject of a court bargain
Subject of a court bargain
Not guilty, for example
Fervent request
Courtroom response
Court response
Defense statement
"Put me in, coach," e.g.
Humble request
Urgent request
Supplication
Answer to a judge
Arraignment response
Court statement
Defendant's answer
It may be copped in court
Nolo, e.g. (m)
Tell it to the judge
__ bargain: court deal
"Help!," e.g.
Arraignment offering
Not guilty, e.g.
Tell it to the judge
Court statement
Guilty, e.g.
It's entered in court
Court activity
Defendant's declaration
Nolo contendere, for one
Deal with the court
Answer to a judge
Arraignment response
Court statement
Defendant's answer
It may be copped in court
Nolo, e.g. (m)
Tell it to the judge
__ bargain: court deal
Not guilty, for one
Guilty, in court
No contest, for one
Tell it to the judge
Copped thing
Entreaty
Bargaining topic
Response to a charge
Appeal
"Spare me!," e.g.
It might be copped by a perp
Something copped in court
One may be copped
See 7-Across
Type of bargain
It may be copped
Video from a kidnappee's family, e.g.
"Not guilty by reason of mental defect," e.g.
S.O.S., in essence
Nolo contendere, for one
Type of bargain
Earnest entreaty
See 7-Across
One may be copped
"Let my people go," e.g.
Earnest request
Not guilty, for one
Arraignment follower
"Let me go!" e.g.
Request
Defendant's declaration
It's entered in court
It's entered in court
"Not guilty," for example
"Can I? Huh?" for one
Self-defense, e.g.
"Not guilty" is one
Appeal
Request
Defendant's statement
Court action
Nolo contendere, e.g.
Type of agreement
Request for help
Entreaty
"Not guilty," for example
Ernest appeal
Emotional request
Insanity, at times
"Not guilty," e.g.
Court event
Insanity, at times
Response to a judge
Supplication
"Not guilty," for one
Answer to the judge
Court petition
"Nolo," e.g.
Court event
"Not guilty," e.g.
Insanity, e.g.
It is entered in court
Bargain type
"Don't hurt me!," e.g.
Response to a charge
Type of bargain
Not guilty, e.g.
Fund-raising letter, basically
"Not guilty," for one
"Spare me," for one
Entered statement
Response to a judge
Something copped
"No contest," for one
Arraignment part
Bargaining factor
-- -bargain
Answer to a charge
Bargain type
Defendant's statement
It is subject to bargaining
It may be entered in a court
Nolo contendere, e.g.
Petition
Bargain factor
__ bargain
"Can I? Huh?" for one
Urgent request
Tell it to the judge
Legal entry
Court declaration
Common bargaining subject
Nolo condendere, e.g.
Legal move
"Not guilty," e.g.
It may be copped by a perp
Courtroom statement
Request for help
Entreaty
It may be copped by a perp
Courtroom statement
Court entry
Court statement
__ bargain
You can tell it to the judge
Sob story
Petition
Entreaty
Court action
Defendant's part of the bargain?
Many a prayer
"Put me in, coach!," e.g.
Defendant's answer
Defendant statement
Earnest request
Go nolo contendere
"Marry me!" e.g.
It may be copped
One is often copped
"Not guilty" is one
Self-defense, for instance
Defendant's statement
Something to cop
Something to 1-Down
Emotional request
Self-defense, for one
Request
"Give me another chance," e.g.
Court statement
Type of bargain
Kind of bargain
See 36-Down
Bargaining topic
"Guilty," for one
Self-defense, for one
'Guilty,' e.g.
Appeal
Something to 1-Down
Bargain ploy
Something to cop
Statement to a judge
Answer to a charge
"No contest," e.g.
Kind of bargain
You might cop one?
Supplication
Bit of begging
'Not guilty,' e.g.
Defendant's declaration at an arraignment
Supplication
Court offering
Entreaty
Court response
Courtroom statement
One is often copped
Answer to a charge
Nolo contendere, e.g.
Answer to a charge
"Nolo," for instance
Defendant's response
Petition
"Guilty," e.g.
Guilty can be one
Nolo, for example
Supplication
Kind of bargain
Answer to a charge
"Give me another chance," e.g.
Entreaty
"Give me another chance," e.g.
"Nolo," e.g.
___-bargain
Cop a ___ (make a deal with the prosecutor)
"Not guilty," for one
"Not guilty," e.g.
"Guilty," e.g.
No contest, e.g.
Adjuration
Hearing remark
Court declaration
Cop a ___
"Not guilty" is one
Bargaining subject, perhaps
It can be copped
Guilty, for one
Bargaining subject, perhaps
"Not guilty" is one
Guilty, for one
It can be copped
"Remember the less fortunate," e.g.
It's bargained before the bench
Response to a charge
Beg
"Do it just for me," e.g.
Not guilty by reason of insanity, e.g.
"Remember the neediest," e.g.
"No contest," e.g.
Not guilty, e.g.
___-bargain
"Not guilty," for one
Court offering
Defendant's answer
"Let me go!" e.g.
Arraignment offering
Answer to a charge
Self-defense, e.g.
Request
Nolo contendere, e.g.
Petition
Let my people go, e.g.
Guilty, for one
"Not guilty," for one
Court action
Earnest entreaty
Defendant's request
"Guilty," say
Guilty, for example
Appeal
Cat's meow, perhaps
It's entered by a prisoner
Bargain, at times
Court action
Judge's request
One's pretext
Kind of bargain
Defendant's entry
Entreaty
Defendant's part of the bargain
Declaration in court
"Don't hurt me!," for one
Court action
Request
Defense motion
Kind of bargaining
Supplication
___ bargain
Solicitation
Self-defense, e.g.
Court entreaty
Answer to a charge
Solicitation
"No contest," for example
No contest e.g.
Kind of bargain
Emotional appeal
Cop a ___
Answer to a charge
Entreaty
Appeal
"Have mercy on me!," e.g.
Request
You might enter it
Judge's consideration
"Nolo," e.g.
Nolo contendere, e.g.
"Save me!," e.g.
It may be entered in a court
Court claim
A prisoner may enter one
It's entered in court
Legal appeal
Defendant's assertion
Defendant's response
Guilty for one
Solicitation
Something copped
Defendant's response
Legal request
Court response
Nolo contendere, e.g.
Appeal of courts
Request
"Not guilty!", e.g.
Guilty or not guilty
Tearful request
Kind of bargaining
Arraignment offering
A prisoner may enter one
____ bargain
Cop a ____
Legal kind of bargaining
Kind of bargain
Request for help
Court action
Something copped
Earnest entreaty
Not guilty e.g.
Tearful request
"Nolo contendere," for one
Tell it to the judge
Emotional request
Defendant's statement
Prayer
Kind of bargain
An excuse
Kind of bargin
Defense___
Courtroom bargain
``Marry me!" for one
Appeal
Something to cop
No contest, e.g.
"Remember the neediest," e.g.
_____-bargain
Urgent request
"Not guilty by reason of insanity," e.g.
Nul tiel record, e.g.
What a thief might cop
Allegation, in law
Pretext
"Not guilty" is one
Kind of bargaining
Legal item
Excuse
Fervent request
Something a hood cops
Trial opener
Something hoods cop
___ bargain (legal stratagem)
Words from Belli
Sue
What a hood might cop
What a hood cops at court
Nultiel record, e.g.
What a crook may cop
What a robber may cop
Argument
Accused person's answer
What robbers cop
Prayer
Nolo contendere, e.g.
Lawyer's bargain
Defense in reply to a charge
Nul tiel record is one
Advocatory statement
Orison
Solicitation
Defense
___ bargaining
Something to "cop"
Defendant's answer
"Guilty" or "innocent," e.g.
Innocent, e.g.
Legal move
One way to bargain
Guilty, for one
Court entry
Innocent or guilty
Not guilty, for one
"Necessity, the tyrant's ___"
Trial action
Defendant's action
Legal action
Court word
Entreaty.
Supplication.
Petition.
Court action.
Appeal.
Request.
Legal maneuver.
Legal move.
Pretext.
Defense statement.
Guilty or not guilty.
Allegation, in law.
Apology.
Excuse.
Defendant's answer to a charge.
Prayer.
Cop a ___.
Defendant's answer in law.
Word in a lawsuit.
Legal allegation.
Defendant's statement.
Exhortation.
Legal appeal.
Allegation in law.
Urgent entreaty.
Allegation.
Defense.
Not guilty, for instance.
Nolo contendere.
Legal term.
Nolo contendere, for instance.
Not guilty.
Fervent appeal.
Defendant's answer to the charge.
"Guilty" or "Not guilty."
Alibi.
"Necessity, the tyrant's ___."—Milton.
Skirt feature
Emotional request
Court sentence?
Court entry
"Can I? Can I? Can I?" e.g.
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