Without limiting this court to those we have set out, we establish four possible methods of communitisation: (1) The good case could be explained orally and recorded by the judicial journalist, whose notes must then be preserved or transcribed; (2) the correct case could be set by the administrator in the minutes of the Tribunal; (3) the parties may submit a written provision containing the terms of the contract; (4) Finally, the lawyer or the court itself may consider it useful to prepare and use forms for the recording of oral arguments. 91 Cal.Rptr. 393, 394, 477 pp.2d to 417, 418. If the court is satisfied that the defendant fully acknowledges the consequences of the defence agreement and that he or she has been represented by the Defence Council, his will is expressed in full compliance with the legal requirements without deception or coercion, even if there is sufficient evidence of doubt as to the conviction and the agreement on a lawful sentence is found – the court approves the pleadings and renders a verdict guilty. If one of the above conditions is not met, the Tribunal rejects the authorization of the plea and refers the matter to the prosecutor. (Article 213 of Georgia`s Code of Criminal Procedure). A prosecutor may wish to maintain a high conviction rate or avoid the loss of high-level trials, thereby creating the potential for advocacy that favours their interests, but reduces the potential for prosecution and punishment to deter crimes.  Prosecutors may also make prosecution decisions that have a significant impact on an accused`s sentence, and may lay charges or propose arguments that themselves induce an innocent accused to consider or accept a plea. The amendment imposes a general warning, not specific advice on the individual situation of the defendant. Judges in many districts already contain a warning about the consequences of immigration in colloquy advocacy, and the amendment takes this practice as a good policy. The Panel concluded that the most effective and effective way to convey this information is to make it available to any defendant without seeking to determine the defendant`s citizenship. Arguments  in court proceedings are admissible only to the extent that prosecutors and defence can agree that the accused will plead guilty to certain counts and the prosecutor will drop the rest.
[Citation required] Although this is not a plea, the defence may, in Crown court cases, ask the judge for an indication of the likely maximum sentence that would be imposed if the accused pleads guilty.   Contrary to ABA conviction standards 3.4 (approved project, 1968) and the ALI standard code of pre-conviction procedure 350.7 (Proposal to formalize the draft, 1975), Rule 11 (6) also does not provide that the evidence described is “inadmissible” by the defendant.