However, the Tribunal may oppose the terms of the proposed pleading agreement (even if it has already been agreed between the accused, the victim and the prosecutor) and propose amendments (not specific, but rather general). If the accused accepts these proposals and modifies his proposed sentence, the court authorizes him and renders the verdict in accordance with the pleading agreement. Despite the agreement, all parties to the trial: the prosecution, the accused and the victim as an auxiliary prosecutor (in Poland, the victim can declare that he wishes to act as an “auxiliary prosecutor” and therefore obtains similar rights to the official prosecutor) – have the right to appeal. [Citation required] In Germany, the Plea Agreements had only a limited appearance.  However, there is no precise equivalent of an admission of guilt in German criminal proceedings.  The Federal Code of Criminal Procedure offers him two main types of objection agreements. An agreement under Article 11(c)(1)(B) shall not bind the court; The prosecutor`s recommendation is only advisory and the accused cannot withdraw his argument if the court decides to impose a sentence other than that set by the agreement. However, an agreement at 11 (c) (1) (C) binds the Tribunal as soon as the court accepts the agreement. If such an agreement is proposed, the court may reject it if it does not agree with the proposed sentence, in which case the defendant has the opportunity to withdraw his argument.  The general duty of the prosecutor is. to see that justice is done. Procedures must create public and judicial confidence. Many defendants in serious and complex fraud cases are represented by lawyers experienced in commercial litigation, including negotiations.
This means that the defendant is usually protected from inappropriate pressure to plead. The main danger to be protected in these cases is that the prosecutor is persuaded to accept a plea or basis that is not in the public interest and in the interest of justice because it does not adequately reflect the seriousness of the offence. Any plea agreement must reflect the gravity and magnitude of the offence and give the court appropriate sanctioning powers. It must take into account the impact of an agreement on the victims and also on the general public, while respecting the rights of the accused.  For the Canadian judicial system in particular, negotiations on the final decision of criminal proceedings can continue even after a judgment has been imposed. This is due to the fact that the Canadian crown (according to ordinary law standards) has a very broad right to challenge acquittals, as well as a right to challenge harsher sentences, except in cases where the sentence imposed was maximum. . .