In a case where a non-prosecution agreement is reached in return for the cooperation of an individual, the government lawyer should ensure that the file contains a brief or other written protocol indicating the terms of the agreement. The memorandum or protocol should be signed or initiated by the person with whom the agreement is made or by his or her lawyer. Section 5K1.1 of the Criminal Guidelines allows the United States to enter a plea in the Correctional Court allowing the court to abandon itself to the stated instruction, on the basis that the defendant has provided significant assistance to the investigation or prosecution of another. The authority to approve these briefs is limited to the U.S. Attorney, chief assistant United States Attorney and supervisor Assistant United States Attorneys or a committee that includes at least one of these individuals. Similarly, for lawyers in the Department of Justice, the authority should be given to a section head or office head or to the assistant of such an official or committee of which at least one of these persons is a member. When concluding a non-prosecution agreement, the government`s lawyer should, if possible, explicitly limit the scope of the government`s commitment: a deferred repressive agreement (AFN) very similar to a non-prosecution agreement (NPA)  is a voluntary alternative to the Warrant, in which a prosecutor declares himself ready to grant imamon benefits, in exchange for the accused who meets certain requirements. A case of corporate fraud could be resolved, for example, by a deferred prosecution agreement in which the defendant agrees to pay fines, implement corporate reforms and cooperate fully with the investigation. Compliance with the requirements then results in the termination of the royalties.  Plea agreements should reflect the entire conduct of a defendant. These agreements are governed by the same fundamental principles as the imposition of royalty decisions: prosecutors will generally seek a plea for the most serious offence, consistent with the nature and extent of the defendant`s conduct, which could result in a lasting conviction, which will be informed by an individual assessment of all the facts and circumstances of each case. The charge should not be laid simply to exert influence, to bring legal action; Similarly, the charge should not be dropped to a plea that does not reflect the seriousness of the defendant`s conduct.