Clark v. State, 38 Fla. L. Weekly D957b (Fla. 4th DCA May 1, 2013):  Appellant claimed that the trial court should have granted his oral pro se motion to withdraw his plea based upon his change of heart, the unwillingness of his attorney to go to trial, and his assertion of innocence.  However, he could not prove that he did not enter the plea while at the time not knowing what sentence he was going to get.  Further, during the middle of the plea hearing, he took the opportunity to confer with counsel about the plea.  Affirmed the trial court’s denial of motion to withdraw plea.  See R. 3.170.

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