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alford plea - Legal Definition
A guilty plea entered as
part of a plea bargain by a criminal defendant who denies committing the crime
or who does not actually admit his guilt. In federal courts, such plea may be
accepted as long as there is evidence that the defendant is actually guilty.
Named after North Carolina v.