CJUS 5000 Chapter six
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The appointed federal prosecutor.
The chief, usually elected, prosecutor at the local, usually county, level.
The chief law enforcement official/prosecutor at the state or federal level.
The chief legal adviser to citizen government officials and a prosecutor in cases involving city ordinance violations.
Also called evidence based prosecution, a policy that requires prosecution in domestic violence if the evidence supports it. No-drop prosecution is intended to ignore the victim's preference of whether to prosecute.
A crime control strategy that emphasizes collaboration and cooperation between prosecutors and police officers, sometimes even across levels of government.
A popular and successful youth gun violence intervention strategy first introduced in Boston, MA.
A process by which local prosecutors temporarily act as uncompensated special Assistant U.S. Attorneys.
An approach to crime control and prevention that is intended to improve cooperation and collaboration between prosecutors and individuals outside the criminal justice system, such as community members and business leaders.
An agreement between the prosecutor the defense attorney such that the defendant pleads guilty in exchange for some concessions, such as a reduced charge or sentencing recommendation.
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