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With a deferred prosecution agreement, the defendant must admit his/her guilt, waive the same constitutional rights as s/he would if s/he were pleading guilty before a judge, agree to specific written terms of the agreement (including counseling, community service hours, etc.) and promise not to break any law more serious than a speeding ticket.What does prosecute mean?
to follow or pursue with a view to reach, execute, or accomplish; to endeavor to obtain or complete; to carry on; to continue; as, to prosecute a scheme, hope, or claim Etymology: [L. prosecutus, p. p. of prosequi to follow, pursue. See Pursue.] to seek to obtain by legal process; as, to prosecute a right or a claim in a court of lawWhat does it mean to get prosecuted?
To successfully prosecute an individual for perjury, the government must prove that the statements are false. Thus, a statement that is literally true, even if misleading or nonresponsive, cannot be charged as perjury. In a prosecution under §1621, the government is required to prove that the statement is false.