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Latin. For vindicating the public interest. For this purpose the Lord Advocate of Scotland, or those to whom he delegates his authority, are the public prosecutors of all criminals, and although a. crime committed has been condoned or discharged ad civilem etfectum by the person entitled so to do, this does not preclude the prosecution of the criminal, as the public interest demands that all criminals should be punished.

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