The figures revealed that a total of 5,119 people in Wales were prosecuted
for crimes against women and girls between April 2014 and April 2015.
The policy, which will be issued on Wednesday, will aim to clarify when individuals are more likely to be prosecuted
or more likely not to be prosecuted
But 38 were issued with penalty notice fines and a further 60 were prosecuted
in the courts, with the majority being given fines and 20 placed on parenting orders.
A range of other bad habits behind the wheel including tailgating and using a hand-held mobile phone, which are currently prosecuted
as careless driving, could also be moved up into the dangerous driving category.
Health care fraud and abuse will continue to be investigated and prosecuted
by the federal government.
I also prosecuted
an ERISA health insurance fraud scheme.
Eight of the 17 arrested in Los Angeles are to be prosecuted
on federal felony charges, including firearms violations and re-entry into the United States after deportation, while the rest are being prosecuted
on state and local charges or are being held on immigration-administrative complaints and face deportation.
3) Unlike many television portrayals, cold case homicides are not easily solved or prosecuted
With writer Dugoni, Hilldorfer tells of his investigation, providing an insider's look at how environmental crimes are prosecuted
The government nevertheless prosecuted
Hanousek, a federal jury convicted him, and he received a sentence of six months in prison, six months in a halfway house, six months of post-release supervision, and a $5,000 fine.
SCOTLAND'S HIGHEST CRIMINAL COURT ruled for the first time that corporations can be prosecuted
for the offense of "culpable homicide.
Despite the high publicity of vigilante activity and extensive documentation of the incidents by advocacy groups and the Mexican government, very few cases have ever been prosecuted
against vigilante incidents across Arizona.