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Name some ethical dilemas that prosecutors have to face

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    Would you prosecute an unemployed person who stole food for his young children?

    Would you prosecute a prostitute who took good care of her young children?

    How about a person who killed a drug dealer who'd been harrassing and stalking him and threatened violence?

    How do you determine if a person is mentally ill and doesn't understand the difference between right and wrong?

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