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It's not the prosecution's case that Ayyash made an alibi and sent someone to Saudi Arabia," Dessaliers said.
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.
Al-Shuweikh said stressed the Public Prosecution's resolve to reveal the truth through objective and serious investigative procedures.
Yesterday's statement said: "Al Humaidan decided to establish the specialised prosecutions due to operational purposes that are meant to satisfy the community's needs and develop the Public Prosecution's professional performance.
Less than 24 hours after the jury acquitted the former ``Baretta'' star of murder and conspiracy, Nicholson, 66, reflected from his Santa Clarita home on the nearly three-month trial, the prosecution's failures and the credibility of witnesses.
In recent months, notes trial observer Neojsa Malic, "the Prosecution's witnesses were seemingly random men and women dragged into the courtroom to offer baseless allegations and fourth-hand hearsay, [even] though one would expect a strong case to save its most damaging witnesses for the very end.
Under the rules of the game-that is, under the presumption of free will-the prosecution's case looked far stronger, since unless the defense could prove a substantial mental defect (which a history of depression and abuse does not necessitate), the jury might well have imposed the death penalty.
The Public Prosecution will be represented by Amina Isa at the Cassation Court, which is part of the Public Prosecution's belief in the importance of allowing women to carry out key roles because of their high efficiency and high ability," Public Prosecution Attorney General Dr Ali Al Buainain said in a statement yesterday.
In the resolution penned by division chairperson Associate Justice Samuel Martires, the court took exception to the prosecution's claim that the division dismissed the case using prima facie evidence or proof beyond reasonable doubt.
These include the incomplete disclosure process to date, the volume of evidence disclosed, the scale of the case, and some technical, software and translation issues," the prosecution's filing said.
According to Al-Sherbini, a clause outlining the administrative prosecution's role was drafted by the system of governance committee of the Constituent Assembly.
7 (ONA) A delegation of judicial prosecution in the sisterly State of Qatar today visited the Public Prosecution's Office and met with Hussein bin Ali al-Hilali, the General Prosecutor.
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.
The CTA explained that while a May 30, 2016 resolution was issued on the prosecution's formal offer of evidence, the prosecution filed a partial motion for reconsideration which is still pending.