[ pˈʌblɪk pɹəkjˈʊɹe͡ɪtə], [ pˈʌblɪk pɹəkjˈʊɹeɪtə], [ p_ˈʌ_b_l_ɪ_k p_ɹ_ə_k_j_ˈʊ_ɹ_eɪ_t_ə]
How to use "Public procurator" in context?
Public procurator is a type of lawyer in the state office system in the United States. The attorney is responsible for prosecuting criminal cases in the county or state court system.
The public defender's office, which provides free or reduced legal representation for people charged with a misdemeanor or felony, will often assign a public defender to work with the public prosecutor on a case. This arrangement is especially common when the public prosecutor is handling a high-profile or sensitive case. The public defender can provide valuable insight and support to the public prosecutor during the investigation and prosecution of the case.
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