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Situations Where Prosecutor Charges are Inappropriate

List and explain several examples of when it would be inappropriate for a prosecutor to bring charges against someone.

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Elected and/or nominated by the general populous or political officials, the position of a prosecutor is to represent society, government, and victims against those who've committed criminal offenses. Though the role of the District Attorney is a high visibility position in the community with an enormous case load, those who serve are rewarded professionally. In the natural career progression of those who serve in the law profession, this is a position of great opportunity and often used as a stepping stone for higher positions. It's one of the duties and responsibilities to bring charges against an individual. Below we'll list and discuss examples of when it ...