According to a Supreme Court of Canada decision imposing strict time limits on criminal cases (18 months for provincial court cases and 30 months for Supreme Court cases), several provinces have put in place and stepped up measures to maximize the number of minor criminal trials resolved through a plea. The Plea (Georgian: ????????? ??????????, literally “Plea Agreement”) negotiations were introduced in Georgia in 2004. The content of Georgian arguments is similar in the United States and other common law jurisdictions.  Robert Badinter, for example, argued that oral arguments would give too much power to the prosecutor and encourage the accused to accept a sentence to avoid the risk of a heavier sentence in a trial, even if they did not really deserve it. In 2009, 77,500 of the 673,700 or 11.5% of court decisions were decided.  A plea, also known as a plea or reason for negotiation, is an alternative and consensual method of resolving criminal proceedings. A plea agreement means the resolution of a dispute without trial, where the defendant agrees to plead guilty in exchange for a lesser charge, a lighter sentence or the dismissal of certain related charges. (Article 209 of Georgia`s Code of Criminal Procedure) If the government violates a plea agreement, the accused may attempt to withdraw the admission of guilt, ask the court to enforce the agreement or ask the court to amend the sentence. The government violates an appeal agreement if it does not provide its share of the appeal agreement. For example, if a prosecutor agrees to reject a particular indictment, but subsequently renounces that promise, the accused may withdraw her admission of guilt. An inso their non-necessary criminal recommendation by a prosecutor does not constitute a plea violation (United States v.
Benchimol, 471 U.S. 453, 105 p. Ct. 2013, 85 L Ed. 2d 462 ). The Federal Code of Criminal Procedure provides for two types of oral arguments. An agreement of 11 (c) (1) (B) does not bind the court; the prosecutor`s recommendation is merely advisory and the accused cannot withdraw his plea if the court decides to impose a sentence other than that provided for by the agreement. However, an agreement of 11 (c) (1) (C) binds the court as soon as the court accepts the agreement. Where such an agreement is proposed, the Tribunal may reject it if it does not agree with the proposed judgment, since the defendant has the opportunity, in this case, to withdraw his means.  If an accused pleads guilty, there is no trial, but the next step is to prepare for a trial.