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a special responsibility
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that most elusi'e concept
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indi'iduals* and society as a whole* from arbitrary measures and safe uards personal liberties+

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as to whether the prosecution should proceed* and in what manner*

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for the Attorney Eeneral and the Crown Attorney+ It is now an accepted and important constitutional principle that the Attorney Eeneral must carry out the 0inisterAs criminal prosecution responsibilities

independent of Cabinet and of any partisan political pressures.
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and seen to be undertaken on strictly ob?ecti'e and le al criteria* free of any political considerations+ Whether to initiate or stay a criminal proceedin is not an issue of o'ernment policy+ This responsibility has been characteri3ed as

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would be seen as an attempt to influence the case.
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Roles and Responsibilities of the Attorney General
The Attorney Eeneral has a uni,ue role to play as a 0inister+ 8ne part of the Attorney EeneralAs role is that of a Cabinet 0inister+ In this capacity the 0inister is responsible for representin the interests and perspecti'es of the 0inistry at Cabinet* while simultaneously representin the interests and perspecti'es of Cabinet and conse,uently the Eo'ernment to the 0inistry and the 0inistryAs communities of interest+ The Attorney Eeneral is the chief law officer of the E(ecuti'e Council+ The responsibilities stemmin from this role are unlike those of any other Cabinet member+ The role has been referred to as )?udicial4like) and as the ) uardian of the public interest)+ 0uch has been written on the sub?ect of ministerial responsibilities and the uni,ue role of the Attorney Eeneral+ There are 'arious components of the Attorney EeneralAs role+ The Attorney Eeneral has uni,ue responsibilities to the Crown* the courts* the Le islature and the e(ecuti'e branch of o'ernment+ While there are different emphases and nuances attached to these there is a eneral theme throu hout all the 'arious aspects of the Attorney EeneralAs responsibilities that the office has a constitutional and traditional responsibility beyond that of a political minister+ The statutory responsibilities of the office are found in section I of the Ministry of the Attorney General Act+ &ection I statesThe Attorney Eeneral* JaK is the Law 8fficer of the E(ecuti'e CouncilL JbK shall see that the administration of public affairs is in accordance with the lawL JcK shall superintend all matters connected with the administration of ?ustice in 8ntarioL JdK shall perform the duties and ha'e the powers that belon to the Attorney Eeneral and &olicitor Eeneral of En land by law and usa e* so far as those powers and duties are applicable to 8ntario* and also shall perform the duties and powers that* until the Constitution Act, 1867 came into effect* belon ed to the offices of the Attorney Eeneral and &olicitor Eeneral in the pro'inces of Canada and %pper Canada and which* under the pro'isions of that Act* are within the scope of the powers of the Le islatureL JeK shall ad'ise the Eo'ernment upon all matters of law connected with le islati'e enactments and upon all matters of law referred to him or her by the Eo'ernmentL JfK shall ad'ise the Eo'ernment upon all matters of a le islati'e nature and superintend all Eo'ernment measures of a le islati'e natureL J K shall ad'ise the heads of ministries and a encies of Eo'ernment upon all matters of law connected with such ministries and a encyL JhK shall conduct and re ulate all liti ation for and a ainst the Crown or any ministry or a ency of o'ernment in respect of any sub?ect within the authority or ?urisdiction of the Le islatureL JiK shall superintend all matters connected with ?udicial officesL J?K shall perform such other functions as are assi ned to him or her by the Le islature or by the Lieutenant Eo'ernor in Council+ ) What follows is an o'er'iew of the 'arious components of the Attorney EeneralAs roles and responsibilities* primarily as outlined in the Act+ @9

Chief Law Officer of the Executive Council (s. 5(a))
The role of chief law officer mi ht be referred to as the Attorney EeneralAs o'erall responsibility as the independent le al ad'isor to the Cabinet 4 and some ha'e e'en su ested that the role possibly e(tends to the Le islature as well+ The importance of the independence of the role is fundamental to the position and well established in common law* statutes and tradition+ As chief law officer* the Attorney Eeneral has a special responsibility to be the uardian of that most elusi'e concept 4 the rule of law+ The rule of law is a well established le al principle* but hard to easily define+ It is the rule of law that protects indi'iduals* and society as a whole* from arbitrary measures and safe uards personal liberties+ The Attorney Eeneral has a special role to play in ad'isin Cabinet to ensure the rule of law is maintained and that Cabinet actions are le ally and constitutionally 'alid+ In pro'idin such ad'ice it is important to keep in mind the distinction between the Attorney EeneralAs policy ad'ice and preference and the le al ad'ice bein presented to Cabinet+ The Attorney EeneralAs le al ad'ice or constitutional ad'ice should not be li htly disre arded+ The Attorney EeneralAs policy ad'ice has the same wei ht as that of other ministers+

Criminal prosecutions (s.5(d))
8ne of the most publicly scrutini3ed aspects of the Attorney EeneralAs role is the responsibility for criminal prosecutions encompassed in section I JdK and s+ =$ of the Constitution Act* @:MF+ &ection =$ i'es the pro'inces authority to le islate in matters related to the administration of criminal ?ustice and thereby i'es the pro'incial Attorney Eeneral authority to prosecute offences under the Criminal Code+ The Attorney Eeneral does not* howe'er* direct or cause char es to be laid+ While the Attorney Eeneral and the Attorney EeneralAs a ents may pro'ide le al ad'ice to the police* the ultimate decision whether or not to lay char es is for the police+ 8nce the char e is laid the decision as to whether the prosecution should proceed* and in what manner* is for the Attorney Eeneral and the Crown Attorney+ It is now an accepted and important constitutional principle that the Attorney Eeneral must carry out the 0inisterAs criminal prosecution responsibilities independent of Cabinet and of any partisan political pressures+ The Attorney EeneralAs responsibility for indi'idual criminal prosecutions must be undertaken 4 and seen to be undertaken 4 on strictly ob?ecti'e and le al criteria* free of any political considerations+ Whether to initiate or stay a criminal proceedin is not an issue of o'ernment policy+ This responsibility has been characteri3ed as a matter of the Attorney Eeneral actin as the HueenAs Attorney 4 not as a 0inister of the o'ernment of the day+ This is not to su est that decisions re ardin criminal prosecutions are made in a complete 'acuum+ A wide ran e of policy considerations may be wei hed in e(ecutin this responsibility* and the Attorney Eeneral may choose to consult the Cabinet on some of these considerations+ 1owe'er any decisions relatin to the conduct of indi'idual prosecutions must be the Attorney EeneralAs alone and independent of the traditional Cabinet decision makin process+ In practice* in the 'ast ma?ority of cases* these decisions are made by the Attorney EeneralAs a ents* the Crown Attorneys+ An important part of the CrownAs 4 and thus the Attorney EeneralAs 4 responsibility in conductin criminal prosecutions is associated with the responsibility to represent the public interest 4 which includes not only the community as a whole and the 'ictim* but also the accused+ The Crown has a distinct responsibility to the court to present all the credible e'idence a'ailable+

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The responsibility is to present the case fairly 4 not necessarily to con'ict+ This is a fundamental precept of criminal law* e'en if it is not a particularly well4understood concept amon the eneral public+ 8ne of the Attorney EeneralAs responsibilities in fosterin public respect for the rule of law* is to assist the public in understandin the nature and limits of the prosecutorial function+ %ltimately the Attorney Eeneral is accountable to the people of the pro'ince* throu h the Le islature* for decisions relatin to criminal prosecutions+ &uch accountability can only occur* of course* once the prosecution is completed or when a final decision has been made not to prosecute+ The sub ?udicae rule bars any comment on a matter before the courts that is likely to influence the matter+ The sub ?udicae rule strictly prohibits the Attorney Eeneral from commentin on prosecutions that are before the courts+ Ei'en the stature of the Attorney EeneralAs position* any public comment comin from the office would be seen as an attempt to influence the case+ Althou h the Attorney eneral can become in'ol'ed in decision4makin in relation to indi'idual criminal cases* such a practice would lea'e the 0inister 'ulnerable to accusations of political interference+ Accordin ly* it is traditional to lea'e the day4to4day decision4makin in the hands of the Attorney EeneralAs a ents* the Crown Attorneys* e(cept in cases of e(ceptional importance where the public would e(pect the Attorney Eeneral to be briefed+

Legislative Responsibilities (s. 5(e) and (f))
The Attorney Eeneral has broad responsibilities associated with Eo'ernment le islation+ These responsibilities ha'e been described as twofold+ 8ne is to o'ersee that all le islati'e enactments are in accordance with principles of natural ?ustice and ci'il ri hts Jsee also s+ IJbK abo'eK+ This is ob'iously an important and broad area of responsibility+ The second aspect of this responsibility is to ad'ise on the constitutionality and le ality of le islation+ The Attorney EeneralAs le islati'e responsibilities are played out in a 'ariety roles+ The 8ffice of Le islati'e Counsel reports to the Attorney Eeneral+ Le islati'e Counsel plays a key role in ensurin the le al inte rity of Eo'ernment le islation+ Althou h the Le islati'e CounselAs reportin relationship to the Attorney Eeneral does allow the Attorney Eeneral to pro'ide uidance and set standards* indi'idual pieces of le islation are drafted on instructions from client ministries and are not within the sole control of Le islati'e Counsel or the Attorney Eeneral+ It should also be noted that Le islati'e Counsel also has a direct responsibility to the Le islature as the 8ffice also drafts all pri'ate memberAs bills+ The Attorney Eeneral has a further role to play as part of whate'er Cabinet Committee is formed to re'iew le islation and re ulations+ 1ere the 0inister has an opportunity to comment on the technical issues related to le islation and re ulations prior to Cabinet consideration+ The Attorney EeneralAs role on le islati'e matters is as an ad'iser to the Cabinet+ Althou h unlikely* Cabinet could* in theory* recei'e the Attorney EeneralAs le al opinion on le islation and choose to disre ard it+ The Attorney EeneralAs role is not independent of Cabinet decision makin as in the area of criminal prosecutions+ As was noted earlier* the Attorney Eeneral must make careful distinctions about the le al opinions and policy or political preferences bein offered about le islation+

Civil Litigation (s.5(h) and (d))
In addition to the specific responsibilities to conduct ci'il liti ation on behalf of the Eo'ernment and its a encies Js+ IJhKK* the Attorney Eeneral has broader liti ation responsibilities flowin from the historical @$

powers of the Attorney Eeneral referred to in s+ IJdK of the Act+ These powers are based on the CrownAs parens patriae JparentalK authority+ The Attorney EeneralAs authority* therefore* is not only to conduct liti ation in cases directly affectin the o'ernment or its a encies but also to liti ate cases where there is a clear matter of public interest or public ri hts at stake+ This has been characteri3ed as a constitutional responsibility to ensure that the public interest is well and independently represented+ It may in'ol'e inter'entions in pri'ate liti ation or Charter challen es to le islation* e'en if the ar uments conclude that the le islation does contra'ene constitutionally protected ri hts+

Responsibilit for Court !dministration (s. 5(c))
A key component of the Attorney EeneralAs responsibilities to ensure the administration of ?ustice in the pro'ince is the administration of the courts and as a result the responsibility for maintainin liaison with the ?udiciary+ Ei'en the fundamental importance of the independence of the ?udiciary* the responsibility for courts administration is often a 'ery sensiti'e and delicate issue+ Ereat care and respect for the principles of ?udicial independence must be e(ercised in this area+

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mystic apes ;@< are a pictorial ma(im+

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Monkeys have been trained to apply abstract rules in tasks.)*+,http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_rights Human rights are "commonly understood as inalienable fundamental rights to which a person is inherently entitled simply because she or he is a human being."[1] Human rights are thus concei ed as uni ersal !applicable e erywhere" and egalitarian !the same for e eryone". #hese rights may e$ist as natural rights or as legal rights% in both national and international law.[&] #he doctrine of human rights in international practice% within international law% global and regional institutions% in the policies of states and in the acti ities of non'go ernmental organi(ations% has been a cornerstone of public policy around the world. )n The idea of human rights[*] it says: "if the public discourse of peacetime global society can be said to ha e a common moral language% it is that of human rights. +,-. /H-01 +o , idence -chie ed .eality /oherence -rtificial 0rientation 1atanic " 2espite this% the strong claims made by the doctrine of human rights

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#he saying refers to the learning of a process without an understanding of why it works.
-nother definition implies the act of mimicry% usually with limited knowledge of the conse4uences.[1]

.smosis
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rather than deliberate learning
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"A little learning is a dangerous thing; Drink deeply and taste not the Pierian spring; There shallow draughts intoxicate the brain; And drinking largely sobers us again."
Alexander Pope 1688-1744

QConfucius thou ht that the way to reform society was to culti'ate ethical beha'iour in indi'iduals*

especially in rulers and their ministers
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