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Narey Reforms of the Crown Prosecution
Service (CPS)

Following the implementation of the Glidewell proposals, Martin
Narey's reforms were also rolled out in 1999. Every
magistrates' court became a `Narey court' with a new fast track
system of case management. Crucially the prosecutor was no
longer a trained lawyer but…

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Higher Audience Rights

The Access to Justice Act 1999 (Sections 36 and 37) garnered
higher audience rights to all trained advocates. For the CPS this
means that instead of briefing barristers at the Bar (at a cost of
£95 million P/A) it can now train its own barristers to conduct…

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