A unique handbook comparing defendant rights in legal traditions around the world in light of fast-changing developments in U.S. law since September 11, 2001, and the USA PATRIOT Act.rial powers that could be utilized if the defendant does not cooperate or rejects the plea bargain); ac giving immunity from prosecution in ... the realities of the U.S. crime scene.27 The basis of this necessity is that there are too many criminal defendants to be processed in court and in front of juries. ... In the long run, the benefits of the plea bargain far outweigh its potential detriments, so this argument goes.
|Author||:||Hamid R. Kusha|
|Publisher||:||ABC-CLIO - 2004|