Proffer contract

Proffer contract – this legal term is used in the area of Criminal Law. It refers to a contract, concluded between accused criminal and the prosecutor, where it is promised that if the accused presents enough and valuable information to help the prosecutor solve the crime, then criminal proceedings will not be performed against the accused. Or to reduce the expected punishment, initially asked by the prosecutor. The contract consists of a promise of immunity made by the prosecutor in obtaining a confession or valuable information for other committed crimes by other related criminals, that the accused will be immune in whole or in part from prosecution or jail punishment.

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