What Does A Prosecution Lawyer Do?


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Ellie Hoe answered
A prosecution lawyer is one who prosecutes, analyzes and presents the case from the opposing side, usually representing the state. The idea behind litigation is to view the case from as many view points as possible in order to make a sound judgment. The idea is to engage a case from a dialectical standpoint and leave no stone unturned in engaging a case. It is the legal party responsible for presenting the adversarial case against the individual suspected of breaking a law in criminal litigation.
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Anonymous answered
The prosecution lawyer is someone who fights to try an make the criminal guilty. But he/she must have some kind of proof and a witness.

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