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  • Civilian Trials (Armed Forces)

    To ask the Solicitor-General if the Attorney-General will review the application of the double jeopardy rule as it relates to soldiers going to trial in the civilian courts having lost the...

  • Civilian Trials (Armed Forces)

    To ask the Solicitor-General pursuant to her oral answer of 24 March, in what circumstances it would be appropriate to bring to trial a serving soldier in the civilian courts.

  • Correspondence

    To ask the Solicitor-General, when will she reply to the letter from the hon. Member for Walsall, North of 24 January concerning a constituent, reference ULS/8/05

  • Crown Prosecution Service

    To ask the Solicitor-General what the cost of staffing the Crown Prosecution Service was in (a) Essex and (b) Southend in each year since 1997.

  • Crown Prosecution Service

    To ask the Solicitor-General what plans she has to make the activities of the Crown Prosecution Service more transparent when considering a prosecution.

  • Crown Prosecution Service

    To ask the Solicitor-General (1) how many (a) domestic violence, (b) vehicle theft, (c) assault, (d) youth crime, (e) violence against the person, (f) violent crime and (g) sexual offence cases...

  • Departmental Accounts

    To ask the Solicitor-General whether she has issued written instructions to override her Department's accounting officer's objections since 1997.

  • Departmental Budget

    To ask the Solicitor-General what the planned (a) capital and (b) resource budget for the Law Officers' Department is for 2011–12.

  • Legal Advice (Iraq) (2 annotations)

    To ask the Solicitor-General on how many occasions since 1997 law officers' advice had been presented to the Cabinet orally, prior to the Attorney-General's oral presentation to the Cabinet of...

  • Lenient Sentences

    To ask the Solicitor-General, how many unduly lenient sentences for crimes committed by serving police officers have been referred to the Court of Appeal in (a) England, (b) Essex and (c)...

  • Ministerial Visits

    To ask the Solicitor-General how many EU countries the Attorney-General has visited since his appointment.

  • National Intelligence Database

    To ask the Solicitor-General what procedures (a) Government Departments and agencies and (b) local authorities with independent prosecuting authority for particular criminal offences use to...

  • Offences (Statutory Charging)

    To ask the Solicitor-General pursuant to her answer of 8 March 2005, Official Report, column 1637W, on Crown Prosecution Service (Essex Pilot), how many offences have been brought to justice...

  • Rape/Sexual Assault

    To ask the Solicitor-General what research the law officers have (a) commissioned and (b) evaluated on the reasons for the attrition rate in rape prosecutions.

  • Rape/Sexual Assault

    To ask the Solicitor-General what plans she has to ask the Crown Prosecution Service Inspectorate further to investigate the way in which rape is prosecuted in England and Wales.

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