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New Deputy DPP Outlines Agenda

According to the newly appointed deputy director of public prosecutions, Stephen Brette the CARICOM IMPACS report will not be top priority for now.
In a sit-down with hts news4orce on Tuesday, the deputy DPP explained IMPACS would be assigned to a special prosecutor.
Reducing the backlog of 1,600 cases will take precedence.

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