Definition of 'plea bargain'
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But he may accept a plea bargain on Tuesday, which would mean a lighter sentence. The Sun (2016)But he may accept a plea bargain on Tuesday, which would mean a lighter sentence. The Sun (2016)This is essentially a plea bargain whereby they accept guilt and are offered a punishment. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He accepted a plea bargain to name others in the conspiracy. The Sun (2015)As part of a plea bargain he agreed not to ride in Britain for at least a year. The Sun (2014)Her legal team were expected to agree to a plea bargain but the judge insisted that any such deal would result in a custodial sentence. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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