Oral Answers to Questions — Attorney-General

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  • Police Officers (False Evidence) (4 speeches)

    To ask the Attorney-General if it is his practice to review other similar cases involving any police officer convicted of concocting or giving false evidence.

  • Convictions (Magistrates Courts) (6 speeches)

    To ask the Attorney-General what proportion of cases pursued by the Crown prosecution service in the magistrates courts in 1991–92 resulted in a conviction.

  • Convictions (Fraud) (8 speeches)

    To ask the Attorney-General how many cases have been brought to trial by the Serious Fraud Office since its inception; and how many defendants have been convicted.

  • Mr. Alan Moses QC (7 speeches)

    To ask the Attorney-General on how many occasions Mr. Alan Moses QC has appeared as counsel to Her Majesty's Government.

  • Right to Silence (4 speeches)

    To ask the Attorney-General what submission his Department has made to the Royal Commission on criminal justice on changes to the right to silence; and if he will make a statement.