Examples of CRIMINAL PROSECUTION in a sentence
If the police and/or Criminal Prosecution Service (CPS) decide not to charge the individual with an offence, or decide to administer a caution, or a Court acquits the person, the police aim to pass all information they have which may be relevant to a disciplinary case to the school as quickly as possible after the decision.
The circumstances that give rise to a Claim will begin immediately the Insured or the Insured’s accountant is first aware, or should reasonably have been aware, that an HMRC Investigation will occur.Cover Event 3 Criminal Prosecution DefenceA criminal prosecution brought against the Insured Person.
The Criminal Prosecution Service (CPS) defines 'up skirting' as a colloquial term referring to the action of placing equipment such as a camera or mobile phone beneath a person’s clothing to take a voyeuristic photograph without their permission.
See,e.g. Brennan, The Criminal Prosecution: Sporting Event or Quest for Truth, 1963 Wash.U.L.Q. 279; Everett, Discovery in Criminal Cases—In Search of a Standard, 1964 Duke L.J. 477; Fletcher, Pretrial Discovery in State Criminal Cases, 12 Stan.L.Rev.
For article, "Constitutional Issues in the Criminal Prosecution of Law Enforcement Officers", see 33 Colo.