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Proceedings for a criminal case will be initiated by the police and the Crown Prosecution Service(CPS) but will all be brought in the name of the Crown. A criminal case will usually be held before a Magistrate in a Magistrates’ Court or a judge and jury in the Crown Court.
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The main intention of the civil law is to protect individuals against one another specifying the rights and duties of individuals. Care Proceedings are initiated under the doctrine of Civil Law.

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BLAKELOCK WITNESSES PAID BY POLICE

Originally posted on Ian Bone:

As well as being given immunity from prosecution witnesses against Nicky Jacobs were given money to testify by the police

Whittam said “during their time as witnesses they have been provided with some degree of financial assistance by police” for their “willingness to give evidence and co-operation”. He said payments were “subject to a strict authorisation procedure and are limited.”

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