Explains the Difference in Taking a Plea Bargain or Going to Trial by Jury
Trial by Jury verses Accepting a Plea
In the United States of America there are three conditions that need to be meet in order to for prosecution to decide if they are going to charge an offender with a crime and then prosecute them in court. These three conditions are as follows: they find that a crime has been committed; a perpetrator can be identified; and that there is sufficient evidence to support a guilty verdict. There are two ways to settle a criminal case, ether through a trial by jury or by the defendant accepting a plea-bargain.
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