NGP

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AcronymDefinition
NGPNext Generation Portable (Sony)
NGPNirmal Gram Puraskar (Indian sanitation)
NGPNext Generation Graphics Port
NGPNissan Green Program
NGPNew Generation Party
NGPNew Game Plan (band)
NGPNatural Gas Project (various organizations)
NGPNorthern Gas Pipelines (various locations)
NGPNeo-Geo Pocket (SNK)
NGPNon-Graded Pass
NGPNew Graduate Program (various schools)
NGPNissan Green Program (environmental plan)
NGPNewcastle Great Park (UK)
NGPNext Generation Pakistan (youth organization)
NGPNice Girl Project (Japanese music group)
NGPNational General Pictures (1967-1973)
NGPNext Generation Platform
NGPNext Generation Pharmaceutical (magazine)
NGPNearest Grid Point
NGPNew Growth Point (UK)
NGPNext-Generation Program (fire suppression)
NGPNordic Game Program
NGPNational Grid Project
NGPNicholas Grimshaw and Partners
NGPNext Generation Product
NGPNorthern Great Plains Initiative (for Rural Development)
NGPNext Generation Processor
NGPNational Geospatial-Intelligence Agency Program (US DoD)
NGPNew Generation Platform
NGPNeighborhood Gossiping Problem
NGPNative Growth Protection
NGPNext General Peripheral
NGPNext Gender Problity (hospital birth reaserch)
NGPNice Guy Productions
NGPNational Group Protection, Inc (Charlottsville, Virginia)
NGPNegotiated Guilty Plea (court)
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Brittany Covington, 19, received four years' probation in exchange for the negotiated guilty plea.
James' negotiated guilty plea "preserves his ability to pursue his education," Buseman said.
One involves the barrister's relationship with the defendant and the instructing solicitor; the other involves a comparison between the expected values of a trial and a negotiated guilty plea With the established model that barristers take instructions from defendants, the barrister bows to the defendant's desire for a trial even if that choice seems foolish.
This conclusion removes a potentially fatal flaw in negotiated guilty pleas, because if the barrister cannot be trusted to represent the defendant's interests, the defendant who pleads guilty as a result of the barrister's advice cannot be said to have done so intelligently.
At some point, negotiated guilty pleas to wholly unrelated (and typically much less serious) charges would make such a mockery of justice that retributivists would forgo them even if this meant that some guilty defendants would not be punished at all.
Just as we can draw lessons from particular places that operate with unusually low levels of negotiated guilty pleas, (23) we can also learn much from concentrating on time periods when guilty plea rates decline.
An internal DOJ memo shows that, from fiscal year 1983 (when the Environmental Crimes Unit began) through fiscal year 1991, the federal government had either negotiated guilty pleas or had won convictions at trial in 78 percent of its environmental cases.