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Criminal Court Research Paper: Independence and Dependence of Prosecutions’ Conducts within the Criminal Process

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Criminal Court Research Paper: Independence and Dependence of Prosecutions’ Conducts within the Criminal Process
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Prosecution Legal professions Law Government Criminal law Director of Public Prosecutions Prosecutor Police prosecutor Nicholas Cowdery Damian Bugg Private prosecution Crown Prosecution Service Chris Ronalds Mark Richardson
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Prosecution Legal professions Law Government Criminal law Director of Public Prosecutions Prosecutor Police prosecutor Nicholas Cowdery Damian Bugg Private prosecution Crown Prosecution Service Chris Ronalds Mark Richardson
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The analysis emerges from fifteen hours of personal observations within New South Wales (NSW) Local, District and Supreme Courts located within the Greater Sydney Region in addition to further relevant research regarding this topic. The research examines the role of police prosecutors, whom are sworn police officers in correlation to the role of prosecutors from the Office of Director of Public Prosecutions (ODPP), which is separated from the State of NSW and NSW Police Force (NSWPF), within the Criminal Process. Conducts of Police Prosecutors The use of police prosecutors within the Criminal Trial Process is a clear violation of the doctrine of the separation of power within the Australian Constitution.1 Even after the publication of the Lus...
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