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A plea bargain is a way for the prosecutor and
criminal defense attorney to agree on a punishment for the accused without the need for
a criminal trial. However, plea bargains do not apply to every criminal
case, and in order for one to be successful, the judge must ultimately approve.
Before the case goes to trial, the prosecutor and
criminal defense attorney will meet to potentially agree on a plea bargain. In return for
accepting guilt, the defendant will be offered the option of serving a
reduced sentence or being charged for a lesser crime. Often times, if
the defendant is facing multiple charges, the prosecution will offer to
drop certain charges in exchange for proclaiming guilt.
Plea bargains are beneficial to just about everyone in the trial process:
the defendant and criminal lawyer, the prosecution, and the court system.
There are a few cons to the plea bargain process.
If you or someone you love is facing criminal charges, a plea bargain might
be an option for you. However, it is essential that you hire an experienced
criminal lawyer that can negotiate effectively. If you have any questions,
do not hesitate to contact
Carroll Troberman, PLLC. Call today for a free consultation.