Summary: This is an opposition brief packed with evidence cards claiming that plea bargaining is a good thing.
Released: Filed Under: NSDA Lincoln-Douglas
About "Negative: Plea Bargaining - GOOD"
Lincoln-Douglas debaters find it helpful to have brief material that warrants their cases, values, application and examples. The NEGATIVE debater in this resolution needs to defend the status quo and claim that plea bargaining is a most helpful law enforcement tool that should not be abolished. Having a brief specifically dealing with this topic will be most helpful to Lincoln-Douglas debaters. This brief is packed full of evidence showing the good side of plea bargaining.
Most of this evidence was taken from the NCFCA policy resolution from 2012, a specific case asking for plea bargaining to be abolished. The case was a popular one that won several tournaments. This brief references the same arguments and evidence, easily cross-applied to NSDA rounds.
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