This article examines the repercussions of choosing a negotiating style for the present criminal case on the actions of opposing counsel in future cases. It scrutinizes the criminal plea negotiating process from the perspective of both a prosecuting attorney and a defense attorney. It analyzes this process using two philosophical theories: act utilitarianism and rule utilitarianism.



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