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Procurator

 

in ancient Rome, (1) a housing manager, (2) a fiduciary of a Roman citizen in legal and commercial affairs (usually a freedman), and (3) during the empire, a civil servant who managed large imperial or private estates, governed small provinces, managed the collection of taxes in large provinces, or headed financial and economic departments, such as the fiscus or the aerarium.

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Mulholland said: "It is important that the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service demonstrates a robust prosecution policy towards such offences committed as a reaction to the incident, in recognition of the fact that people died and the impact such crimes will have on their families and friends.
However, he was released before appearing at Ayr Sherrif Court after the procurator fiscal ruled there should be no proceedings, pending further investigation.
If the criminal suspects request such an interrogation, the procurators should do so as required, it said.
Such relative economic independence, coupled with financial soundness, probably explains why women were able to assume responsibility as sureties, guarantors, and procurators.
All 220 members of the Procurator Fiscal Society will be surveyed for their opinion over the next four weeks.