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Felony cases are routinely settled by plea bargaining, whereby the suspect pleads guilty in exchange for a promise of receiving a lower sentence

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Felony cases are routinely settled by plea bargaining, whereby the suspect pleads guilty in exchange for a promise of receiving a lower sentence. Obviously, this means that the suspect gives up some of his or her constitutional rights. What rights are involved in such instances? Are plea bargains a good idea? Why or why not?

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