Prosecutor Bill Douglas has accepted Joseph Duncan's plea offer. Melissa Luck at KXLY reports that the plea accepted is essentially the same offer which was previously rejected by Douglas on October 6th.
In the plea deal that was offered and subsequently rejected Duncan confirmed that he knew if he entered a plea in Coeur d'Alene the federal government would seek the death penalty against him and he knew that any statements he made would be "admissible in evidence" in both state and federal courts.
The great part of this new deal is that Kootenai County will be able to bring Joseph Duncan back for death penalty sentencing if the feds don't sentence him to death.
Update 4:30 p.m.-
The Spokesman-Review has added documents to their website:
¤ Public Statement
¤ Factual basis for guilty plea
¤ Details of plea deal (counteroffer)
Excellent- thank you, Coconut Willy!