Deal or No Deal - You Against The Prosecutor?
Deal or No Deal is not a game you want to play in court. Play it here instead.
Criminal law's purpose:
The state's prosecution of persons or organizations who have committed an act classified by legislation as a crime.
The prosecutor; or the prosecuting attorney represents the citizens of a particular jurisdiction and acts on behalf of the government by bringing a case against an accused.
A good lawyer can negotiate with the prosecuting attorney - who has little incentive to negotiate with you alone.
Look at it from the point of view of the prosecutor. When you show up with an attorney, the prosecutor knows that if a deal isn't reached, there could be a trial with a professional
When the Judge's Gavel Comes Down, What Will It Be for YOU?
When you come to court with counsel, it discourages the prosecutor from taking a hardball stance. Often a prosecutor will offer a better deal to a lawyer than to an unrepresented person.
A lawyer will be able to determine if a deal offered by the prosecuting attorney is a good deal based on experience rather than on emotion.
DEAL, Or NO DEAL?
Don't play games with your future. Carefully consider the pros and cons of going it alone in court! Sometimes it works and sometimes not. Do you homework!
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