In response to Walker Morris' request for reasons why Crown Prosecution Service did not take over the private prosecution, the letter sets out general principles to be observed by CPS in making such a decision

Unique ID: CPS000001720001
Contributor reference: FA/2669/01
Date(s): 21 January 1999
to
22 January 1999
Name(s) of the deceased:
Person(s) involved: Chief Superintendent David Duckenfield; Mr Jim Howe; Superintendent Bernard Murray; Mr Don Page; and Dr Ed Walker.
Organisation(s) involved: Crown Prosecution Service (CPS); and Treasury Solicitor's Department.
Contributor: Crown Prosecution Service
Folder title: Documents provided by CPS
Sub-folder title: CPS review notes relating to private prosecution brought by HFSG including correspondence from July 1998-Jan 1999 with police; DPP private office; defence solicitors; HFSG; Hammond Suddard solicitors; Treasury Solicitors (items 1-178)
Original format: Paper

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