Tuck claims his guilty plea was involuntary on six grounds, including the claim he was institutionalized with bipolar and suicidal tendencies and was not taking his medication at the time of his arrest.
Tuck's public defender said this kind of plea is common after a conviction. He said he did not know what Tuck ate in jail. Tuck's filing includes a request for an attorney. He still faces several Shelby County assault charges from 2009.