When the prosecution requires a plea to a charge the accused isn’t provident to get a take it or leave deal.

United States v. Vick, ACCA 2019.

Prosecutors and convening authorities require an accused to plead guilty to charges which the accused is not provident, but it’s a take it or leave it deal and the accused dutifully complies, only to have the whole process go awry.

Is Vick such a case of unreasonable requirements from the prosecution.