Court Denies Sen. Craig'S Effort To Withdraw Sex-Sting PleaDecember 09, 2008 14:19 The Minnesota Court of Appeals on Tuesday rejected U.S. Sen. Larry Craig's effort to withdraw his guilty plea to a misdemeanor offense of disorderly conduct in connection with a sex-sting operation.
"Because we see no abuse of discretion in the denial and conclude that the statute is not overbroad, we affirm" a lower court's decision, the three-judge panel wrote in a 10-page ruling.
In a written statement, Craig said he was "extremely disappointed" by the action and was considering an appeal.
"I disagree with their conclusion and remain steadfast in my belief that nothing criminal or improper occurred at the Minneapolis airport," Craig said.
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