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It widens the spectrum of the prosecution's work to include legal education of people on their rights and warn them of the negative consequences that might result from irresponsible behaviour.
In particular, the defense voiced frustration over access to records of call data, evidence that is likely to be crucial to the prosecution's attempt to prove their case against the defendants, who remain at large.
Al-Shuweikh said stressed the Public Prosecution's resolve to reveal the truth through objective and serious investigative procedures.
During the meeting, the defense attorneys for the men indicted by the STL in the assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri were critical of the prosecution's pretrial brief, which was filed some two weeks ago, and of what they described as the prosecution's failure to disclose key information.
According to Al-Sherbini, a clause outlining the administrative prosecution's role was drafted by the system of governance committee of the Constituent Assembly.
Summary: DUBAI -- The Family and Juvenile Prosecution's reconciliation efforts have succeeded in 46.
However, Nash postponed a decision on the prosecution's motion to dismiss Zlotnik until Caldwell speaks with independent counsel Stephen Sitkoff, a former deputy district attorney.
However, Lawyer Mohamed Kadry, representing one of the victims' families, criticized the prosecution's performance as "weak.
The defense is trying to deflate the prosecution's case by showing the slaying was in the heat of the moment.
Anderson's testimony went to discredit the prosecution's claims.
The prosecution's case hinged on testimony from the 15-year-old victim, a Saugus High classmate who reported the May 27 attack, said Deputy District Attorney Carolyn McNary.
The prosecution's shooting scene witness, Cosby date Stephanie Crane, never identified Markhasev as the killer but did help police create the composite sketch.
She originally pleaded guilty to felony child-endangerment charges and went to prison, but a judge reversed the conviction eight months ago after hearing new evidence contradicting the prosecution's theory that she herself killed the boy.
After Dally's conviction, Farley said he believed the verdict was based not on evidence of a crime but on the prosecution's portrayal of Dally as a despicable man who used cocaine and frequented prostitutes.
The prosecution's witness list included testimony from one of Ruby's doctors, John Lynch, who has a practice in Valencia; Ruby's granddaughter, Sheryl Vernon, and her husband, Mark Vernon, both of Texas; Peggy Freeman, former executive director of the Samuel Dixon Family Health Center; Joanne Stuart, manager of a Home Savings of America branch in Valencia where Ruby had an account; Donna Payne, a caseworker for the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center; and Peggy Stafford, one of Ruby's neighbors, Schwartz said.