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One-off evidence session concluded.
This session will give the new Director of Public Prosecutions an opportunity to put his priorities for the next five years on record, and it will enable the Committee to ask how he plans to respond to recent events, including the Committee’s report on Disclosure of Evidence in Criminal Cases.
Evidence given by Max Hill QC, Director of Public Prosecutions, Crown Prosecution Service
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Max Hill QC questioned by the Justice Committee in post commencement hearing