procurator fiscal


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procurator fiscal

(in Scotland) a legal officer who performs the functions of public prosecutor and coroner
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A spokesman said: "CFS have submitted a report to the procurator fiscal and this will be considered in due course.
The reports remain under consideration by the procurator fiscal.
Meanwhile another senior Labour MSP, former Health Minister Andy Kerr, has also been reported to the procurator fiscal.
But a report has been sent to the procurator fiscal.
But their actions could land them in court after police were called to the scene and reported them to the procurator fiscal.
The father of the girl who took the pen knife to Notre Dame High, a girls' school in Glasgow's west end, has been reported to the procurator fiscal by police.
His lawyer, Peter Lockhart, said today that he had received a letter from the District Procurator Fiscal saying that the matter would be taken no further.
Police said a report would be sent to the procurator fiscal.
In a statement yesterday Ms Alexander said the Standards Commissioner had to refer the case to the procurator fiscal automatically.
She spoke out after Dr Jim Dyer, the Scottish Parliament's standards watchdog, sent a report to the procurator fiscal in Lothian and Borders.
The matter was reported to police, who submitted a report to the procurator fiscal but no action was taken.
A police spokesman said: "The matter has been investigated by the police and a report submitted to the procurator fiscal.