The Court of Appeal held that the trail court erred by denying appellant’s motion to withdraw his guilty plea because defense counsel rendered ineffective assistance at the plea stage by failing to consider appellant’s mental deficiencies at the time of the plea or a possible mental defense to the criminal threat charge (Pen. Code, § 422), despite appellant informing trial counsel of undefined mental health issues and the police reports (which trial counsel possessed) indicating that the arresting officers had numerous prior contacts with appellant regarding his aberrant behavior and considered whether they should initiate commitment proceedings.