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The Crown Prosecutor is the title given in a number of jurisdictions to the state prosecutor, the legal party responsible for presenting the case against an individual in a criminal trial. The title is commonly used in Commonwealth realms.
- Crown Prosecutors of England and Wales
- Crown Prosecutors of Australia
- Crown Prosecutor of Alberta
- Crown Prosecutors of New Zealand
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