Difference betwee intervening and consolidating cases

by  |  20-Dec-2017 14:54

It is not the victim's responsibility to bring a criminal case.

In a kidnapping case, for instance, the government would prosecute the kidnapper; the victim would not be a party to the action.

The government, on behalf of the people of the United States, prosecutes the case through the United States Attorney's Office if the person is charged with a federal crime.

A state's attorney's office prosecutes state crimes.

In some criminal cases, there may not be a specific victim.

For example, state governments arrest and prosecute people accused of violating laws against driving while intoxicated because society regards that as a serious offense that can result in harm to others.

Consolidation is used in technical analysis to describe the movement of a stock's price within a well-defined pattern of trading levels.

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