Inflexibility and Impartiality of Arrest and Prosecution
In the presence of evidence sufficient to justify arrest and
prosecution, the state must arrest and prosecute, and must not barter
leniency for cooperation.
Names of and penalties for crimes must not differ based on
characteristics or circumstances of the victim other than status as an
adult or non-adult.
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