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Proffer Definition

A proffer is a meeting between a criminal defendant, law enforcement officers, and either a state or federal prosecutor. At the proffer meeting, the defendant is required to truthfully and fully explain their role in a criminal offense, and in most cases, inform on any other participants and co-defendants.

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