A brief note

The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) are set to provide victims and witnesses of crown court proceedings with additional help and support. Paralegal staff to be available to answer questions about the daily life in a court, as well as thanking witnesses for giving evidence. Our chairman, Andrew Parker, wonders where the extra resources are to be found for this additional care, given the cuts to the prosecution budget.

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