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Director of Public Prosecutions Amendment Bill 2000

Bill No. 93
Long Title The purpose of this Bill is to make a limited number of amendments to the Director of Public Prosecutions Act 1991, the effect of which will give the Director of Public Prosecutions the authority to bring and conduct, or take over, prosecutions for prescribed summary offences. The intention behind the Bill is limited in that it is presently planned only for prosecutions currently undertaken by the Western Australian Police Service. It will not impact upon the prosecution functions conducted by other agencies. The Crown Solicitor's Office will continue to undertake prosecutions on behalf of government agencies and those public sector agencies that prosecute their own cases, such as the Minister for Fair Trading and the Department of Transport, will continue to do so.
Status Reinstated to the stage reached in the previous Session
This Act comes into operation on the day on which it receives the Royal Assent
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Progress
Legislative Assembly DateNote No.Related Documents
Introduced 03/21/2000  
First Reading 03/21/2000  
Second Reading 03/21/2000 1,2 
Second Reading Speech   


Other Procedures DateNote No.Related Links
Reinstated to the stage reached in the previous Session  08/09/2000 2 


Notes
1. Explanatory memorandum provided.
2. Restored from the Third Session of Parliament on 9 August 2000.