The statistics obtained by The Tribune came after Chief Justice Brian Moree suggested greater use of pleadings at a press conference last month. Pleas include 16 for murder, 18 for attempted murder, 25 for manslaughter, 80 for armed robbery and 40 for unlawful sexual intercourse. A plea is an agreement between a prosecutor and an accused, in which the accused agrees to plead guilty in exchange for some concession of a certain count. There were 41 submissions in 2016, 96 in 2017, 62 in 2018, 62 in 2019 and 13 in 2020. This year`s figures were influenced by the COVID 19 pandemic, according to the director of the district attorney`s office, Garvin Gaskin. “It should be noted that the law allows for a reasonable discount on a sentence imposed by the court in the event of an admission of guilt. The earlier the argument is invoked, the greater the discount. This “reward” is given to the accused not only for this act of remorse, but also for the non-waste of court time and for the non-unnecessary and prejudicial interference of a traumatized victim in a litigation trial. “Whenever there is an admission of guilt, the use of valuable periods of judgment is greatly reduced. A criminal proceeding in the Supreme Court lasts an average of two weeks; Therefore, if two convictions were handed down within one month, four weeks in prison will be spared. The initiative for increased use of oral arguments began in 2008, when the government passed legislation authorizing criminal arguments. Since January 2016, the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions has made 274 convictions possible as part of an unprecedented effort to ease the justice system. “Twenty-six convictions is a saving of judicial time for a year.

These striking features explain in detail how debt-use is beneficial to the management of the criminal justice system.┬áIn a statement to The Tribune, Mr Gaskin said: “We found it extremely wise for the Office of the Director of the Crown (ODPP) to assess the quality of the evidence on which the Crown can rely in court very early. This qualitative exercise focuses in particular on the consistency of this evidence. “The accused, with informed advice, has an appropriate assessment and takes into account the evidence that comes with it. As a result, there is now an increased willingness to make guilty arguments with the ODPP to find an admission of guilt. Countries such as Canada, France and Japan, and many other countries, have experienced a decline in their birth rates over the past 40 years and have engaged in immigration to support their populations. This is one of the many reasons why people do not have children. They know that the world sucks and is not adapted to human life, and therefore they will not condemn their own children to live on this planet. Governments respond by saying that either you incubate – or we will replace you with another race, and whatever is left of you, there will be a minority in their own country. Slaves must multiply or suffer the consequences. In other words, the whole world is too poor (or spending too much money on its military) to afford trials for all the accused.

We can afford to pay for huge police forces to arrest and/or inculcate people, but we cannot afford to allow defendants to try people of the same age. Remember that law graduate graduates work primarily as dogs in law firms (sorting documents, etc.) until they are “called to the bar.” The bar, like the American Medical Association, controls the number of lawyers. It`s the same for doctors. Any resource with a limited quantity can control a higher price. That`s why doctors and avocados are so expensive, unlike straw market sellers or shellfish salad producers. This is a price control situation (exactly in the opposite direction).