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Fraud trial plea-bargaining on hold as Govt report is delayed
A report setting out proposals for the introduction of plea-bargaining in UK fraud trials has been delayed until at least the end of the year.The Attorney General report was due to be published earlier in October but has now been pushed back by several months.The Attorney General's office said the delay - which could extend until early next year - would allow the report to take account of a separate Government consultation currently underway looking at extending the powers of the Crown Court to prevent fraud and compensate victims.
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