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The U. S. Supreme Court has ruled unanimously against an Oregon murder convict who tried to get his plea bargain tossed on appeal. Tony Green, in the Attorney General's Office, says Randy Moore argued that his attorney did a lousy job. Green says there was overwhelming evidence that Moore was responsible for a kidnapping in southern Oregon that ended with the shooting death of the victim. Had the high court ruled in favor of Moore, it would have opened the door for other convicts to appeal their plea bargains.

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