While We Wait For The Verdict In The Sexual Assault Trial This Morning . . .

. . . I came across this opening sentence in an appellate opinion handed down late yesterday by the Fort Worth Court of Appeals:
Appellant Phyllis Dawn Harvey waived a jury and entered open pleas of guilt to nineteen charges of robbery, eighteen of which were aggravated and all of which were enhanced with habitual counts. She appeals her convictions and life sentences on each charge. We affirm.
19 robberies? 18 of them were "aggravated" which probably means she used or exhibited a deadly weapon? She decided to plead guilty even though she didn't have a plea bargain? And she was a "habitual" offender which means she had been to the pen, got out, went back to the pen, got out, and then committed the 19 robberies. Lordy.