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Old 5th Dec 2017, 10:22
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Originally Posted by Eddie Dean View Post
Do you understand how referral for prosecution works in Australia? CASA and ATSB are not involved, other than CASA referring the proposed case to DPP for them (DPP) to take the case further if they (DPP) consider it (the Case) has merit.
Maybe you could assist CASA by showing which particular transgression warrants prosecution by the DPP.
I am not sure that the DPP gets involved in CASA prosecutions as CASA is a government agency and not a government department. It is one of the reasons CASA has a legal department. However, someone may have a better knowledge of this than I.

Certainly ATSB will not be involved in any prosecution. It is not in their mandate to prosecute and besides much of the evidence they collect would be inadmissible in court.
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