Office of the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions

Part of the Attorney-General portfolio and a Federal authority, also called CDPP

The principal functions and responsibilities of the NSW Director of Public Prosecutions are a) to institute and conduct, on behalf of the Crown, prosecutions for indictable offences (under NSW laws) in the Supreme Court and the District Court b) to institute and conduct, on behalf of the Crown, appeals in any court in respect of any such prosecution and c) to conduct on behalf of the Crown as respondent, any appeal in any court in respect of any such prosecution.

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The Parliament of Australia has given ASIC the power {or standing} to enforce the provisions of the Corporations Act 2001 and associated Regulations...
Ramzi Jabbour Long overdue.
I am requesting all documents comprising correspondence between the AFP and CDPP relating to the investigation and prosecution of Ramzi Jabbour re "...
Dear Mr Sweeney I refer to your email dated 25 January 2015 in which you made a request for access to documents pursuant to the Freedom of Information...

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