LexInter | September 9, 2014 | 0 Comments


The Public Prosecutor’s Office (also known as the Public Prosecutor’s Office ) is the judicial institution responsible for ensuring on behalf of society and in the general interest of the application of the laws.

The Public Prosecutor’s Office intervenes in the penal field from the beginning of the prosecution until the execution of the sentences. He also intervenes occasionally at the civil, commercial or social level.

The Public Prosecutor’s Office is so named because of the place it occupied on the floor in front of the royal throne during the ” beds of justice ”

The Public Prosecutor’s Office is also called ” standing magistracy ” because the magistrates of the public prosecution stand up when they address themselves to the tribunal or) the court.

The magistrates of the public prosecutor’s office are distinguished from the magistrates of the bench.


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