One of the reasons people choose to be a prosecutor is to help crime victims. In some cases, a prosecutor actually represents a victim and the goal of a prosecutor is to obtain a conviction against the accused.
It is important that you know what a prosecutor does. The role of a prosecutor is to find the truth in the courtroom, not in front of a jury. Therefore, the prosecution needs to bring witnesses, gather evidence, and present evidence that is relevant to the case. Prosecutors must investigate each possible outcome and then present it to the judge for consideration. In most cases, when a prosecutor argues a case, the defendant is not present in the courtroom. Therefore, it is essential that the prosecutor have a thorough understanding of the case.