Chapter III The Role of the Prosecutor in Court Trial investigation The public prosecutor’s task in trial is to guarantee a state charge in all criminal cases except private complaints, which are being processed by the judge. Criminal offences that are to be examined after private complaints are for example, deliberate light bodily injuries, defamation, and bringing into disrepute. To produce a charge is the exclusive duty of the public prosecutor.
By NANCY BEAN FOSTER Lt. Rainsford Deware of the Lyndeborough Police Department would prefer to be out in the community instead of stuck behind a desk preparing court cases, so the town is hoping to employ Wilton's prosecutor, attorney Ben Maki, to take on those duties. (NANCY BEAN FOSTER PHOTO) Though police officers often serve as prosecutors in New Hampshire, many departments are moving away from this practice to keep officers on the streets instead of in district court or behind a desk.
Michael Shipman - Prosecutor Located on the first floor of the Wayne County Courthouse E-Mail: Phone: (765) 973-9394 FAX: (765) 973-9298 The Office of the Wayne County Prosecuting Attorney is charged with the responsibility of representing the State of Indiana in all felony and misdemeanor criminal prosecutions, resulting from crimes committed within Wayne County, Indiana. The Wayne County Prosecuting Attorney also conducts criminal investigations, convenes and supervises Grand Jury proceedings, enforces child support orders entered in divorce and paternity cases, prosecutes traffic and other infraction violations of state law, conducts juvenile adjudications and prosecutions, and provides information and assistance to the victims of crime.
Memorandum To Jaworski On Prosecuting Nixon This is a memorandum prepared for the Watergate Special Prosecutor, Leon Jaworksi, on the day Richard Nixon resigned the presidency. It was prepared by Carl Feldbaum and Peter Kreindler. WATERGATE SPECIAL PROSECUTION FORCE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE TO: Leon Jaworski, Special Prosecutor DATE: August 9, 1974 FROM: Carl B Feldbaum & Peter M.
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You have the right to be given information about the crime, how the criminal justice system works, the rights of victims, and the availability of services to victims. You have the right to be informed of and be present at court proceedings of the accused. You have the right to talk with the prosecutor and provide a Victim Impact Statement (VIS). You have the right to be heard at the sentencing of the accused and at other times as allowed by law.
8. 1 The role of the prosecutor is a specialised and demanding one which is frequently misunderstood. The public, victims and witnesses may have expectations as to how the prosecutor should perform his or her functions which cannot be met. A prosecutor does not have a "client" in the conventional sense and acts in the public interest. He or she is not the legal representative for victims of crime and does not act as their legal adviser.
Director of Business Operations and Human Resources About the Prosecutor The county prosecutor is a constitutional officer, nominated and appointed by the Governor with the consent of the State Senate. County prosecutors serve in their individual jurisdictions as the foremost representative of the executive branch of government in the enforcement of the criminal law. The various county prosecutors have been given the power to use all reasonable and lawful diligence for the detection, arrest, indictment and conviction of offenders against the laws of the State.
The Role of the Prosecutor My story is typical of most American prosecutors. I am the elected prosecutor of Cape Girardeau County, Missouri, located in Southeast Missouri upon the hilltops overlooking the Mississippi River equidistant between St. Louis and Memphis. Once referred to as "The Athens of the Midwest" by Mark Twain in Life on the Mississippi. the Cape Girardeau I know is a somewhat more mundane mid-western community than Twain’s compliment suggests.
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