|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|prosecuted vs persecuted||1.19||0.5||899||85|
|prosecuted in spanish||0.07||0.7||5627||12|
|prosecuted meaning in hindi||1.61||0.4||7058||39|
|prosecuted to the full extent of the law||0.83||0.5||7062||12|
|prosecuted definition for kids||0.76||0.6||4658||22|
|prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law||0.14||0.8||3933||7|
Kids Definition of prosecute. 1 : to carry on a legal action against an accused person to prove his or her guilt. 2 : to follow up to the end : keep at prosecute a war.Is it wise to prosecute 'public' or 'private' violence?
Violence between spouses, partners, parents or children has been less likely to be prosecuted than 'public ' violence. Democracies require that criminals be apprehended with evidence and prosecuted through the legal system before being sentenced. Although their treachery was irrefutable, the authorities thought it wiser not to prosecute.How does the prosecutor prioritize cases?
Most courts simply cannot prosecute every case they receive, so the prosecutor has to prioritize them. Office policies: Prosecutor's offices often have policies regarding which crimes they want to prosecute and which crimes they consider less important.How can a prosecutor make a case more serious?
Enhance the charges to make it a more serious offense. Conservation of judicial resources: Every case requires work from multiple branches of government, from police and courtroom security to court clerks and office staff. Most courts simply cannot prosecute every case they receive, so the prosecutor has to prioritize them.