Public Prosecutors

The Public Prosecutors are in charge of prosecuting criminal cases in the Magistrates' Courts. To be employed as a Public Prosecutor one must be of good standing, be proficient in English and should possess GCE A-Levels. The offices of the Public Prosecutors are located at the Attorney General's Chambers. The Public Prosecutors are subordinates to the Attorney General.
 
Chief Public Prosecutor:
Mr Clement Potter
 
Public Prosecutors (in order of seniority):
Mr Herman Ally
Mr James Camille
Ms Mary Madeleine
Ms Channa Durup
Mr Jeris Dogley
Mr Guilly Jean
Ms Maryse Youpa
Mr Joshua Revera
 
 
The above list is as of the 9th July 2011. Please report any changes or errors to the editor, if any.
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