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CPS getting involved.

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CPS Blunder

Post  Trilby Bee on Tue Feb 04, 2014 8:00 pm

How can the CPS make a mistake like this? My crap lawyer told me that RSPCA did their own prosecutions because CPS were unbelievably bad and inefficient and I thought he was making it up... In Scotland, the SSPCA do NOT do their own, they use CPS equivalent, the Procurator Fiscal.
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Another case refused by CPS

Post  millie1* on Wed Feb 05, 2014 2:27 pm

I requested a case to be reviewed by CPS too, it was also refused.......... Generally they are more effecient, the standard of evidence required is very high - (as told to me by Policeman who said since changing to CPS many cases the police previously prosecuted (wrongly) never get to court cos they cant get sufficient level of evidence.

I have requested thro MP that CPS review all RSPCA prosecutions for viability, then if they have sufficient evidence let RSPCA prosecute, I believe we would see at least a 50% reduction in court cases - based on success rate of appeals to Crown Court. I put it to him in numbers - how much to employ 2 in CPS to review versus costs to Legal Aid/Justice system of 1000 cases - I think it was a saving of a few million!

Still they wont listen

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