Cecil Bartram, accused in a 2010 indictment agreed to plead guilty to a count of aggravated robbery, which is a felony offense, as well as destruction of property. The plea agreement stated, “if this plea is accepted, the defendant will be sentenced to no more than fifty years in the penitentiary.”
The agreement also makes clear that Bartram would be required to make restitution to his victim and give truthful testimony in the trial of any co-defendants if called upon to do so.
In another case, William Todd Mahon entered a guilty plea to one count of receiving stolen property, which is a felony. In exchange, the prosecutor agreed not to recommend any specific sentence for the defendant to Boone County Circuit Judge Will Thompson.
The court accepted a plea agreement between the state and Johnny Stewart in a 2010 indictment. The agreement stated that Stewart would enter a guilty plea to felony unlawful wounding and that the state “agrees to stand silent as to sentencing, however, the victim shall be allowed to give a statement to the court before sentencing.