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DPP

Abbreviation for:
days post-partum
decapentaplegic protein
digital pulse plethysmography
Doctor-Patient Partnership
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Mr Wightman said the Director of Public Prosecutions, Tim Ellis SC, had been suspended from the position with full entitlements until the outcome of a charge against him is finalised.
We also welcome the appointment of the head of the Special Investigating Unit, Mr Vasantrai Soni and the appointment of the director of public prosecutions in the KwaZulu Natal, High Court Division, Mrs Sophy Moipone Dinah Noko, added Ndlovu.
Advocate Sophy Moipone Dinah Noko has been appointed as Director of Public Prosecutions of the jurisdictional area of KwaZulu-Natal Division of the High Court of South Africa with effect from 1 September 2013.
The judge also ordered him to serve copies of the review to the Inspector-General of Police, the Director of Public Prosecutions and the Nyeri chief magistrate.
Prior to his appointment to the District Court, Judge Derrick SC spent a number of years as a Crown Prosecutor and Assistant Crown Counsel at the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions and the Crown Solicitor's Office respectively.
Director of public prosecutions at the time of Worboys's conviction, Labour's Sir Keir earlier urged any alleged victims with concerns about how their case was handled to contact the police.
In May 2014 Mr Powell had a meeting with the newly-appointed CPS prosecutor, Karen Harrold, who said she would be compiling a report, regarding a legal review, for the Director of Public Prosecutions.
The Director of Public Prosecutions Barra McGrory told the rights group he can see no risk of court actions.
The director of Public Prosecutions Keriako Tobiko has directed that seven senior Family Bank managers be interrogated in relation to the theft of KES791m.
THE Director of Public Prosecutions Alison Saunders says that women who wake up in a man's bed with no memory of how they got there because they were drunk, should see a rape counsellor "to see if an offence had been committed".
The claims by a former Director of Public Prosecutions that "nobody told me" about the police investigation into Janner is unacceptable.
The National Director of Public Prosecutions is a crucial post in the South African justice system.

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