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When would it not be appropriate to offer a plea bargain agreement?
t may not actually reduce the costs of administering justice. [ For example, if a prosecutor has only a 25% chance of winning his case and sending the defendant away to prison for 10 years, he may make a plea agreement for a sentence of one year; but if plea bargaining is unavailable, a prosecutor may drop the case completely. ]
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Weegy: t may not actually reduce the costs of administering justice. [ For example, if a prosecutor has only a 25% chance of winning his case and sending the defendant away to prison for 10 years, he may make a plea agreement for a sentence of one year; but if plea bargaining is unavailable, a prosecutor may drop the case completely. ]
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