The present research aims to understand the law in regards to the types of negotiations performed under the law of criminal procedure and to understand how the discursive practice of lawyers can organize social practices from a comparative empirical perspective of Brazil and the United States of America. Thus, the research comparatively investigates the institutional processes for the establishment of truth before the bodies of the judicial branch in Brazil (metropolitan region of Vitória, ES-Brazil) and in the U.S. (California, San Francisco) and focuses on their differences in their criminal negotiation in the special criminal courts and the institution of plea bargaining, which is widely used in the U.S. judicial system.
Dias, Ricardo Gueiros Bernardes
"A Comparative Empirical Study of Negotiation in Criminal Proceedings Between Brazil and the United States of America,"
University of Baltimore Journal of International Law: Vol. 4:
2, Article 4.
Available at: https://scholarworks.law.ubalt.edu/ubjil/vol4/iss2/4