Man agrees to plea deal in Des Moines slaying case
DES MOINES (AP) — A man accused of killing a Des Moines businesswoman nearly 20 years ago agreed Tuesday to a plea deal that stopped his second trial in the case.
David Flores agreed to an Alford Plea in the death of businesswoman Phyllis Davis, The Des Moines Register reported. It means Flores, 36, doesn’t admit to the act but he acknowledges there is enough evidence to convict him.
Brandon Brown, Flores’ attorney, told the newspaper he expects Flores to be released when he is later sentenced because of time already served. Brown said his client maintains his innocence.
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