Hahaha wtf? That is not how plea deals work...I think they consider themselves Sovereign Citizens, which a lot like them trying to pretend to be a citizen of the US while not being subject to any of the laws. It's very crazy stuff if you're not aware of it, the rabbit hole isn't that deep but it's plenty crazy.
I sat on a jury duty where the defendant in the case was trying to use a defense of "Sovereign Citizen", it was very interesting. Basically the police tried to pull this woman over because she was driving while her license plate was expired, and she refused to stop her vehicle and pull over. So they were left with no option, but to force her to a stop, remove her from the vehicle and arrest her.
This was a local city case here in Dearborn.
She had no lawyer, but had asked that her boyfriend who was the one who seemed really versed and bitten by this "Sovereign Citizen" crap to assist her in representing herself.
The judge was actually quite patient and kind to her and allowed her boyfriend to speak for a short while in her defense, in an effort to plead her case, but we ended up finding her guilty of resisting arrest, failure to yield to police, etc...
Not sure if she ever appealed the case or not, but the judge again was quite kind with her in explaining how she might go about appealing the case.
It was quite bizarre, basically they were trying to say that the police had no right whatsoever to pull her over that day, and as a "Sovereign Citizen" she had every right to continue on the "Kings Highway" unappeased. (This was how they repeatedly referred to the roads and highways during her defense)
She was a well spoken young woman, as was her boyfriend, which made the case even more bizarre. They both appeared to be completely bought into this notion of "Sovereign Citizens" and the right as free citizens of the world to do as they pleased without interference from either the government or the police.
Strangely enough the prosecutor offered her a plea deal which she refused to take. They would have dropped the resisting arrest charges, and only found her guilty of expired plates, and another charge for failing to pull over, but it would only had resulted in a misdemeanor charge and a fine rather than a felony for trying to evade.