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Plea Bargaining
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Plea Bargaining Plea Bargaining: The most common arguement offered on behalf of plea bargaining is that it lifts the burden of heavy caseloads from the shoulders of the courts. By ensuring that most criminal defendants enter a plea of guilty, plea bargaining eliminates the need for time-consuming trial procedures -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- [Category]: Law [Paper Title]: Plea Bargaining [Text]: The most common arguement offered on behalf of plea b
The Importance Of Plea Bargaining In Criminal Trials
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The Importance Of Plea Bargaining In Criminal Trials The Importance of Plea Bargaining in Criminal Trials Screeech! That is the sound of our court system coming to a grinding halt, if plea bargaining were no longer utilized. Not only does plea bargaining save taxpayers an enormous amount of money, it often provides the evidence for a conviction and allows public defenders and other court officials to concentrate their limited resources on more important or difficult cases. Some people may believ
The End of Work
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