Dee Roberts's Case

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1. In my opinion, I do not think that prosecutors should use be able to use their power to threating individuals to take the plea barging. If an individual know that they have not committed a crime and is guilty, then the person should not agree to the plea. I believe by agreeing to the plea is like saying you have committed the crime. In this case, Dee Roberts didn’t except the plea because she knew that she was innocent and had not committed the crime. Therefore, I don’t think that it was appropriate for the prosecutor to try to threaten her to take the plea by saying that the court will prosecute her to the fullest extent of the law. I am sure that if Dee Roberts knew that she was guilty, then she would have took the plea. Especially,

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