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prosecution

1. 
a. the institution and conduct of legal proceedings against a person
b. the proceedings brought in the name of the Crown to put an accused on trial
2. the lawyers acting for the Crown to put the case against a person
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Members of the Management Board of the Academy for Judges and Public Prosecutors say Anevski and Prosecutor General Marko Zvrlevski are the main culprits for the alleged looming collapse of the prosecutor's offices nationwide because, under the law, it is the Judicial Council and the Council of Public Prosecutors that suggest the number of candidates to complete the training of the Academy.
17 investigation) prosecutor Celal Kara did not recognize the right of defense of the suspects who were placed under detention on Dec.
A major problem which the Sofia Regional Prosecutor's Office faces is the fact that the prosecutors have been accommodated at three different buildings in Sofia due to the poor conditions at the Sofia Regional Court building.
Speaking on the occasion, Additional Public Prosecutor Punjab said the Punjab government was taking effective measures to train Public Prosecutors.
BEIRUT: Divergent opinions emerged Wednesday when a parliamentary subcommittee met to discuss a draft law to establish a state prosecutor for crimes against the environment, a move long championed by environmental organizations and activists.
Otsubo is currently the deputy chief prosecutor at the Kyoto District Public Prosecutors Office while Saga currently heads an investigative department at the Kobe District Public Prosecutors Office.
Every victim and every community deserves to be served by an experienced prosecutor," Greipp said.
The Friends of Florida Assistant State Attorneys--a new grassroots organization dedicated to educating the public about the detrimental effect high prosecutor turnover has on public safety--recently asked Florida's gubernatorial candidates to explain their official position on prosecutor turnover in the state of Florida.
5) In nearly every corporate criminal investigation, tax or otherwise, where even a single employee has engaged in wrongful conduct, the government can usually amass sufficient evidence to meet this low threshold and, if the prosecutor so chooses, to indict the company as a whole.
The California Supreme Court has ruled that a prosecutor did not violate the First Amendment by using a biblical reference during the trial of a man accused of murder.
I was upset that the prosecutor wasted my time and the court's time on such a weak case.
In fact, he had received consideration from the state, but the prosecutor did nothing at trial to correct the falsehood.