After watching the film Law Abiding Citizen, I drew some conclusions about the law on bargaining with the convicted person. They are as following. Mark me if I am wrong!
If we can not prove for sure that a convicted is guilty certainly, the prosecutor can bargain with the prisoner to relieve him from the case even before the court gives its verdict!
But this law seems too much impractical. We can easily understand various problems (I don't think I need to write them!) may arise related to this law, as limned in the movie.
So what am I missing? Is there something more to this law which is not correctly depicted in the movie? Maybe the details of the law which is not correctly portraied can make it clear!