What is a plea agreement?
A plea agreement is an agreement between the defendant and the prosecutor. The judge is not required to accept a plea agreement. However, the judge usually takes a plea agreement into account before sentencing the defendant.

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1. How do I file for a public record?
2. Where can I find information regarding state taxes?
3. Where can I find information regarding local taxes?
4. How long do I have to file a complaint?
5. Can I have a court appointed attorney for an infraction?
6. Can I appeal a conviction on an infraction?
7. What rights do I have if I am accused of a violation of the Ordinance?
8. Does the Ordinance restrict First Amendment or any other rights protected by the U.S. Constitution?
9. What is a plea agreement?
10. If there is a legitimate reason not to employ or not to sell/rent to a person who is a member of the LGBTQ community.
11. What is gender expression/identity?
12. Does the Ordinance subject me to criminal penalties if I violate it?
13. What, in general, does the Ordinance cover?
14. What is an Alford plea?
15. Does the Ordinance give those in the lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgender, questioning (LGBTQ) community more rights than it does to other citizens of Idaho Falls?
16. Where can I find an organizational chart of the city?