Court cases “repeatedly delayed” because Attorney General office overloaded and understaffed, claims Lawyer Edwards

    The Office of the Attorney General was on the verge of collapse (“ta’e’aonga”,) senior legal counselor William Clive Edwards Snr has claimed. Edwards alleged the process of submitting prosecution and criminal proceedings to courts were repeatedly delayed because the Office could not “cope” with the work overload. The lawyer said he believed the Office was…


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