Criminal Defense of Immigrants


§ 8.27 4. Quick Disposition

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Prosecutors generally desire quick solutions, so the case is eliminated from their caseloads at the earliest possible time.  For this reason, counsel can sometimes have more success negotiating a non-removable solution if they are prepared to do so at a very early point in the proceedings, thus saving the prosecution the greatest amount of work.