It's always possible. But it is completely dependent on what you have to offer and what they need for their case to prove it. What are you bringing to this deal?
This is very specific to the facts of the situation. You definitely need a lawyer to sort this out for you and to negotiate with the prosecution on your behalf.
Yes this can happen- but must be put together by your attorney . These are very complicated situations and your credibility will come into play in any testimony that you give. You need an attorney .
You should have an attorney. For example, the DA says dismissal if you testify. But what if the person whom you are going to testify against dies? pleads guilty? is never prosecuted?
The exchange should be fore cooperation or willingness to testify. Also an immunity deal MUST be in writing and approved by the court.
Do not do this alone it will bite you.
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