How the roles of Lord Advocate could be split and why it could help pursuit of indy

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How the roles of Lord Advocate could be split and why it could help pursuit of indy

IT is a long-standing, but nevertheless unsatisfactory, feature of Scots law that the Lord Advocate performs two quite incompatible roles. On the one hand, he or she is the head of the Scots state prosecution service, the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service (COPFS) and yet they are also a minister of the Scottish Government and act as its chief legal adviser.

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How the roles of Lord Advocate could be split and why it could help pursuit of indy