Some aspects of the U.S. judicial system are used to promote litigatories. For example, the adversarial nature of the U.S. criminal justice system places judges in a passive role in which they do not have independent access to information that allows them to judge the strength of the accused`s trial. The prosecutor and the defence can thus control the outcome of a case by pleading. The court must allow a plea because it is in the interests of justice.  The Plea agreements appeared to a limited extent in Germany.  However, there is no precise equivalent of an admission of guilt in German criminal proceedings.  Even though the charges are more serious, defence prosecutors and their clients can still often plead guilty to a lesser offence. As a result, people who could have been acquitted for lack of evidence, but who are truly innocent, will often plead guilty. What for? In a word, fear.
And the more numerous and serious the accusations, as studies have shown, the greater the fear. This explains why prosecutors sometimes seem to bring all possible charges against defendants.  Due to the nature of plea`s comprehensive agreement, Patea continued the case for Tuesday, February 19 and instructed the government to prepare under lock and key a written justification explaining why the agreement is in the best interests of justice. Author Martin Yant discusses the application of coercion to Plea Bargaining: Plea Bargaining is allowed in the legal system of England and Wales. The Sentencing Council`s guidelines require that the discount it gives to the judgment be determined by the date of the plea and not by other factors.  The guidelines state that the sooner the admission of guilt is introduced, the greater the discount on the penalty. The maximum permitted discount is one third for an admissible application filed in the earliest phase. there is no minimum discount; A guilty confession, filed on the first day of trial, is expected to offer a discount of one-tenth.
The discount can sometimes involve a change in the type of punishment, for example. B the replacement of a prison sentence for community service. In 2009, the Danish Supreme Court (Danish: Højesteret) unanimously ruled that prima facie pleadings were not legal under Danish law, but that witnesses had to testify independently of this case (with the caveant, that the first instance consider the possibility that the testimony would consider the possibility that the testimony was not legal under Danish law. or at least influenced by the benefits of oral argument).  However, the Supreme Court has indicated that Danish legislation contains mechanisms similar to those of Plea Bargains, such as Article 82, No. 10 of the Danish Criminal Code (Danish: pénalfloven) which provides that a sentence may be reimbursed if the offender provides information to elucidate an offence committed by others, or § 23(a) of the Danish Competition Act (in Danish: competitionloven), which stipulates that someone can ask not to be prosecuted with a fine or sanction for participating in a cartel, if he provides information about the cartel that is provided to the authorities in time.   Once an appeal has been filed and accepted by the courts, the case is generally final and cannot be challenged. . . .