While it is true that conditional plea does not have the full end of the traditional guilty plea or candidate Nolo, because “the essence of the agreement is that the legal guilt of the accused is only if the prosecutor`s case survives on appeal,” the plea to allow a prosecutor to provide evidence that an accused has unsuccessfully presented a plea or confession, the statement of reasons for the decision, which are first removed from the plea or confession. See Kercheval v. United States, 274 U.P. 220 (1927). In addition, juries tend to give undue weight to the introduction of earlier pleas. If the reason for the withdrawal of the pleading or admission was of course that it was not sweaty and voluntary, the Federal Constitution prohibits its use in subsequent proceedings. See White v. .