Pressed NYC Prosecutors Say Plea Bargaining Rises

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Staffing cuts and higher caseloads are forcing New York prosecutors to accept plea bargains they would not have considered otherwise, reports the New York Times. Robert M. Morgenthau, Manhattan district attorney, said the percentage of cases going to trial decreased since budget cuts began three years ago. Only about 10 percent of felony arrests in
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