Attorney General's Office (AGO)
Attorney General's guidelines for prosecutors on the use of the common law offence of conspiracy to defraud.
Recruitment process, rates of pay, overview of the panel, lists of members and guidance for barristers who work ‘off panel’.
Revised guidance on how to apply the disclosure regime contained in the Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act 1996 (CPIA)
The Attorney General, Geoffrey Cox QC MP, has today published the Government’s Review of the efficiency and effectiveness of disclosure in the criminal justice system
This note explains what vesting orders are and how they are applied for.
Guidelines on the acceptance of pleas and the prosecutor's role in the sentencing exercise (revised 2009).
The Attorney General and Solicitor General (the Law Officers) can be asked to look at some types of contempt of court.
Fees, expenses, contractual terms and administrative procedures for panel counsel, clerks and their chambers.
Attorney General's jury vetting guidelines on when to use of right of stand by and what procedure to follow.
Attorney General's guidelines for prosecutors on plea discussions and presenting a plea agreement to the court in serious fraud cases.
The Impact of Social Media on the Administration of Justice: call for evidence
Guidance for prosecutors and investigators on their asset recovery powers under Section 2A of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002.
Document defining the relationship between the Attorney General and prosecutors in England and Wales.
Guidelines for civil panel counsel, revised to include the new government security classifications.
Guidance, created in 2012, for those who wish to begin a private prosecution for offences where the Attorney General’s consent is required.
Disclosure in criminal cases is the process to make sure that investigators and prosecutors provide defendants with information obtained during…
Attorney General guidelines for prosecutors applying section 18 of the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (RIPA) in England and Wales.
Guidelines on the prosecutor’s role in applications for Witness Anonymity Orders: Criminal Evidence (Witness Anonymity) Act 2008.
Amended code on the use of investigation powers under the Proceeds of Crime Act (POCA) 2002.
A policy to establish a framework for the creation and management of records at teh Attorney General's Office
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