There are two sides.
An agreement may be made with the adversary for plea-bargaining.
The jury system is adverse to a court trial.
In most trials the judge is adverse to one side or the other.
Defendant gets a perfect trial.
Defendant gets a fair trial.
Defendant's interests are protected when there is a not guilty finding.
Defense witnesses do not commit perjury.
The person fails to obey a written order from the court.
The person fails to appear in court when so ordered.
The person commits an act of misconduct in open court before the judge.
All of the above situations.
Brady v. Maryland
Gideon v. Wainright
Brown v. Topeka Board of Education
Argersinger v. Hamilin
Makes the defense attorney unable to report a crime his client has told him, he plans on committing tomorrow.
Requires the defense attorney to tell the judge in open court all crimes the defendant has told him he has ever committed.
Prohibits the defense attorney from telling anyone including the court about the location of a dead body his client hid.
Requires the defense attorney to tell the judge about the location of a dead body but only in chambers outside of the presence of the jury.
Insulting the judge.
The prosecutor and the defense attorney insulting each other.
Any act that embarrasses the court.
All of the above.
Only A and C.