Definition of 'Director of Public Prosecutions'
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This time Lucy Durmast's gaze drifted in the direction of the prosecuting solicitor representing the Director of Public Prosecutions. A DEAD LIBERTY (2002)The Jones murder had been removed; it was now just papers on its way to the Director of Public Prosecutions. YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)All he wanted was a case that would go to the Director of Public Prosecutions and stand up. COFFIN ON THE WATER (2002)
Definition of Director of Public Prosecutions from the Collins English Dictionary
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