Prosecution vs. Defense

Prosecution vs. Defense - A prosecutor is supposed to seek...

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The defense counsel is more so an interpreter. They explain to their clients what the charges are, how much time for they are looking at spending for each charge and make sure that they know all of their rights. They also serve as a protector of their client’s rights. The defense counsel will take over dealing with the prosecution, call and examine any witnesses in court, and do everything the law allows to keep his client from harm—or, at the least, to minimize the damage. This means challenging the prosecution’s case, its conduct, and on occasion, the very laws that govern the case.
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Unformatted text preview: A prosecutor is supposed to seek justice and not just conviction. The prosecutor brings forth all evidence to the court. They are supposed to protect the innocent and convict the person is being charged. The prosecutor should know almost all of what police do when they investigate the crimes. The prosecutor is the one who is bringing the charges against the person to the court in order for this person to pay for their crime. The prosecutor is also able to ask the jurors questions to see if they are able to handle the case that is being presented in the court....
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