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Yes ya better watch out Virginia no Satanic Clause

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Roles and Responsibilities of the Attorney General
5he 6ttorney ?eneral has a uni8ue role to play as a ;inister) 0ne part o the 6ttorney ?eneralDs role is that o a Cabinet ;inister) In this capacity the ;inister is responsible or representing the interests and perspecti$es o the ;inistry at CabinetE while simultaneously representing the interests and perspecti$es o Cabinet and conse8uently the ?o$ernment to the ;inistry and the ;inistryDs communities o interest) 5he 6ttorney ?eneral is the chie law o icer o the 19ecuti$e Council) 5he responsibilities stemming rom this role are unli!e those o any other Cabinet member) 5he role has been re erred to as Cjudicialli!eC and as the Cguardian o the public interestC) ;uch has been written on the subject o ministerial responsibilities and the uni8ue role o the 6ttorney ?eneral) 5here are $arious components o the 6ttorney ?eneralDs role) 5he 6ttorney ?eneral has uni8ue responsibilities to the CrownE the courtsE the 7egislature and the e9ecuti$e branch o go$ernment) #hile there are di erent emphases and nuances attached to these there is a general theme throughout all the $arious aspects o the 6ttorney ?eneralDs responsibilities that the o ice has a constitutional and traditional responsibility beyond that o a political minister) 5he statutory responsibilities o the o ice are ound in section , o the Ministr* of the Attorne* +eneral A!t) Section , states' 5he 6ttorney ?eneralE NaO is the 7aw 0 icer o the 19ecuti$e CouncilR NbO shall see that the administration o public a airs is in accordance with the lawR NcO shall superintend all matters connected with the administration o justice in 0ntarioR NdO shall per orm the duties and ha$e the powers that belong to the 6ttorney ?eneral and Solicitor ?eneral o 1ngland by law and usageE so ar as those powers and duties are applicable to 0ntarioE and also shall per orm the duties and powers thatE until the Constitution A!t, -./0 came into e ectE belonged to the o ices o the 6ttorney ?eneral and Solicitor ?eneral in the pro$inces o Canada and Bpper Canada and whichE under the pro$isions o that 6ctE are within the scope o the powers o the 7egislatureR NeO shall ad$ise the ?o$ernment upon all matters o law connected with legislati$e enactments and upon all matters o law re erred to him or her by the ?o$ernmentR N O shall ad$ise the ?o$ernment upon all matters o a legislati$e nature and superintend all ?o$ernment measures o a legislati$e natureR NgO shall ad$ise the heads o ministries and agencies o ?o$ernment upon all matters o law connected with such ministries and agencyR NhO shall conduct and regulate all litigation or and against the Crown or any ministry or agency o **

go$ernment in respect o any subject within the authority or jurisdiction o the 7egislatureR NiO shall superintend all matters connected with judicial o icesR NjO shall per orm such other unctions as are assigned to him or her by the 7egislature or by the 7ieutenant ?o$ernor in Council) C #hat ollows is an o$er$iew o the $arious components o the 6ttorney ?eneralDs roles and responsibilitiesE primarily as outlined in the 6ct)

Chief Law Officer of the Executive Council (s. 5(a))
5he role o chie law o icer might be re erred to as the 6ttorney ?eneralDs o$erall responsibility as the independent legal ad$isor to the Cabinet - and some ha$e e$en suggested that the role possibly e9tends to the 7egislature as well) 5he importance o the independence o the role is undamental to the position and well established in common lawE statutes and tradition) 6s chie law o icerE the 6ttorney ?eneral has a special responsibility to be the guardian o that most elusi$e concept - the rule o law) 5he rule o law is a well established legal principleE but hard to easily de ine) It is the rule o law that protects indi$idualsE and society as a wholeE rom arbitrary measures and sa eguards personal liberties) 5he 6ttorney ?eneral has a special role to play in ad$ising Cabinet to ensure the rule o law is maintained and that Cabinet actions are legally and constitutionally $alid) In pro$iding such ad$ice it is important to !eep in mind the distinction between the 6ttorney ?eneralDs policy ad$ice and pre erence and the legal ad$ice being presented to Cabinet) 5he 6ttorney ?eneralDs legal ad$ice or constitutional ad$ice should not be lightly disregarded) 5he 6ttorney ?eneralDs policy ad$ice has the same weight as that o other ministers)

Criminal prosecutions (s.5(d))
0ne o the most publicly scrutiniPed aspects o the 6ttorney ?eneralDs role is the responsibility or criminal prosecutions encompassed in section , NdO and s) F* o the Constitution 6ctE &<+Q) Section F* gi$es the pro$inces authority to legislate in matters related to the administration o criminal justice and thereby gi$es the pro$incial 6ttorney ?eneral authority to prosecute o ences under the Criminal Code) 5he 6ttorney ?eneral does notE howe$erE direct or cause charges to be laid) #hile the 6ttorney ?eneral and the 6ttorney ?eneralDs agents may pro$ide legal ad$ice to the policeE the ultimate decision whether or not to lay charges is or the police) 0nce the charge is laid the decision as to whether the prosecution should proceedE and in what mannerE is or the 6ttorney ?eneral and the Crown 6ttorney) It is now an accepted and important constitutional principle that the 6ttorney ?eneral must carry out the ;inisterDs criminal prosecution responsibilities independent o Cabinet and o any partisan political pressures) 5he 6ttorney ?eneralDs responsibility or indi$idual criminal prosecutions must be underta!en and seen to be underta!en - on strictly objecti$e and legal criteriaE ree o any political considerations) #hether to initiate or stay a criminal proceeding is not an issue o go$ernment policy) 5his responsibility has been characteriPed as a matter o the 6ttorney ?eneral acting as the =ueenDs 6ttorney - not as a ;inister o the go$ernment o the day) 5his is not to suggest that decisions regarding criminal prosecutions are made in a complete $acuum) 6 wide range o policy considerations may be weighed in e9ecuting this responsibilityE and the 6ttorney ?eneral may choose to consult the Cabinet on some o these considerations) Jowe$er any decisions relating to the conduct o indi$idual prosecutions must be the 6ttorney ?eneralDs alone and independent */

o the traditional Cabinet decision ma!ing process) In practiceE in the $ast majority o casesE these decisions are made by the 6ttorney ?eneralDs agentsE the Crown 6ttorneys) 6n important part o the CrownDs - and thus the 6ttorney ?eneralDs - responsibility in conducting criminal prosecutions is associated with the responsibility to represent the public interest - which includes not only the community as a whole and the $ictimE but also the accused) 5he Crown has a distinct responsibility to the court to present all the credible e$idence a$ailable)

5he responsibility is to present the case airly - not necessarily to con$ict) 5his is a undamental precept o criminal lawE e$en i it is not a particularly well-understood concept among the general public) 0ne o the 6ttorney ?eneralDs responsibilities in ostering public respect or the rule o lawE is to assist the public in understanding the nature and limits o the prosecutorial unction) Bltimately the 6ttorney ?eneral is accountable to the people o the pro$inceE through the 7egislatureE or decisions relating to criminal prosecutions) Such accountability can only occurE o courseE once the prosecution is completed or when a inal decision has been made not to prosecute) 5he sub judicae rule bars any comment on a matter be ore the courts that is li!ely to in luence the matter) 5he sub judicae rule strictly prohibits the 6ttorney ?eneral rom commenting on prosecutions that are be ore the courts) ?i$en the stature o the 6ttorney ?eneralDs positionE any public comment coming rom the o ice would be seen as an attempt to in luence the case) 6lthough the 6ttorney general can become in$ol$ed in decision-ma!ing in relation to indi$idual criminal casesE such a practice would lea$e the ;inister $ulnerable to accusations o political inter erence) 6ccordinglyE it is traditional to lea$e the day-to-day decision-ma!ing in the hands o the 6ttorney ?eneralDs agentsE the Crown 6ttorneysE e9cept in cases o e9ceptional importance where the public would e9pect the 6ttorney ?eneral to be brie ed)

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5he 6ttorney ?eneral has broad responsibilities associated with ?o$ernment legislation) 5hese responsibilities ha$e been described as two old) 0ne is to o$ersee that all legislati$e enactments are in accordance with principles o natural justice and ci$il rights Nsee also s) ,NbO abo$eO) 5his is ob$iously an important and broad area o responsibility) 5he second aspect o this responsibility is to ad$ise on the constitutionality and legality o legislation) 5he 6ttorney ?eneralDs legislati$e responsibilities are played out in a $ariety roles) 5he 0 ice o 7egislati$e Counsel reports to the 6ttorney ?eneral) 7egislati$e Counsel plays a !ey role in ensuring the legal integrity o ?o$ernment legislation) 6lthough the 7egislati$e CounselDs reporting relationship to the 6ttorney ?eneral does allow the 6ttorney ?eneral to pro$ide guidance and set standardsE indi$idual pieces o legislation are dra ted on instructions rom client ministries and are not within the sole control o 7egislati$e Counsel or the 6ttorney ?eneral) It should also be noted that 7egislati$e Counsel also has a direct responsibility to the 7egislature as the 0 ice also dra ts all pri$ate memberDs bills)

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Civil Litigation (s.5(h) and (d))
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