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Roles and Responsibilities of the Attorney General


6he Attorne% =eneral has a uniJue role to pla% as a Minister# 0ne part of the Attorne% =eneralBs role is that of a 9abinet Minister# *n this capacit% the Minister is responsible for representing the interests and perspecti&es of the Ministr% at 9abinetA while simultaneousl% representing the interests and perspecti&es of 9abinet and conseJuentl% the =o&ernment to the Ministr% and the Ministr%Bs communities of interest# 6he Attorne% =eneral is the chief law officer of the 5xecuti&e 9ouncil# 6he responsibilities stemming from this role are unli$e those of an% other 9abinet member# 6he role has been referred to as E+udicial<li$eE and as the Eguardian of the public interestE# Much has been written on the sub+ect of ministerial responsibilities and the uniJue role of the Attorne% =eneral# 6here are &arious components of the Attorne% =eneralBs role# 6he Attorne% =eneral has uniJue responsibilities to the 9rownA the courtsA the Legislature and the executi&e branch of go&ernment# (hile there are different emphases and nuances attached to these there is a general theme throughout all the &arious aspects of the Attorne% =eneralBs responsibilities that the office has a constitutional and traditional responsibilit% be%ond that of a political minister# 6he statutor% responsibilities of the office are found in section I of the Ministry of the Attorney General Act# Fection I states: 6he Attorne% =eneralA PaQ is the Law 0fficer of the 5xecuti&e 9ouncilR PbQ shall see that the administration of public affairs is in accordance with the lawR PcQ shall superintend all matters connected with the administration of +ustice in 0ntarioR PdQ shall perform the duties and ha&e the powers that belong to the Attorne% =eneral and Folicitor =eneral of 5ngland b% law and usageA so far as those powers and duties are applicable to 0ntarioA and also shall perform the duties and powers thatA until the Constitution Act, 1867 came into effectA belonged to the offices of the Attorne% =eneral and Folicitor =eneral in the pro&inces of 9anada and Dpper 9anada and whichA under the pro&isions of that ActA are within the scope of the powers of the LegislatureR PeQ shall ad&ise the =o&ernment upon all matters of law connected with legislati&e enactments and upon all matters of law referred to him or her b% the =o&ernmentR PfQ shall ad&ise the =o&ernment upon all matters of a legislati&e nature and superintend all =o&ernment measures of a legislati&e natureR PgQ shall ad&ise the heads of ministries and agencies of =o&ernment upon all matters of law connected with such ministries and agenc%R PhQ shall conduct and regulate all litigation for and against the 9rown or an% ministr% or agenc% of go&ernment in respect of an% sub+ect within the authorit% or +urisdiction of the LegislatureR PiQ shall superintend all matters connected with +udicial officesR P+Q shall perform such other functions as are assigned to him or her b% the Legislature or b% the Lieutenant =o&ernor in 9ouncil# E (hat follows is an o&er&iew of the &arious components of the Attorne% =eneralBs roles and responsibilitiesA primaril% as outlined in the Act# 13

Chief Law Officer of the Executive Council (s. 5(a))


6he role of chief law officer might be referred to as the Attorne% =eneralBs o&erall responsibilit% as the independent legal ad&isor to the 9abinet < and some ha&e e&en suggested that the role possibl% extends to the Legislature as well# 6he importance of the independence of the role is fundamental to the position and well established in common lawA statutes and tradition# As chief law officerA the Attorne% =eneral has a special responsibilit% to be the guardian of that most elusi&e concept < the rule of law# 6he rule of law is a well established legal principleA but hard to easil% define# *t is the rule of law that protects indi&idualsA and societ% as a wholeA from arbitrar% measures and safeguards personal liberties# 6he Attorne% =eneral has a special role to pla% in ad&ising 9abinet to ensure the rule of law is maintained and that 9abinet actions are legall% and constitutionall% &alid# *n pro&iding such ad&ice it is important to $eep in mind the distinction between the Attorne% =eneralBs polic% ad&ice and preference and the legal ad&ice being presented to 9abinet# 6he Attorne% =eneralBs legal ad&ice or constitutional ad&ice should not be lightl% disregarded# 6he Attorne% =eneralBs polic% ad&ice has the same weight as that of other ministers#

Criminal prosecutions (s.5(d))


0ne of the most publicl% scrutini@ed aspects of the Attorne% =eneralBs role is the responsibilit% for criminal prosecutions encompassed in section I PdQ and s# K2 of the 9onstitution ActA 1>?L# Fection K2 gi&es the pro&inces authorit% to legislate in matters related to the administration of criminal +ustice and thereb% gi&es the pro&incial Attorne% =eneral authorit% to prosecute offences under the 9riminal 9ode# 6he Attorne% =eneral does notA howe&erA direct or cause charges to be laid# (hile the Attorne% =eneral and the Attorne% =eneralBs agents ma% pro&ide legal ad&ice to the policeA the ultimate decision whether or not to la% charges is for the police# 0nce the charge is laid the decision as to whether the prosecution should proceedA and in what mannerA is for the Attorne% =eneral and the 9rown Attorne%# *t is now an accepted and important constitutional principle that the Attorne% =eneral must carr% out the MinisterBs criminal prosecution responsibilities independent of 9abinet and of an% partisan political pressures# 6he Attorne% =eneralBs responsibilit% for indi&idual criminal prosecutions must be underta$en < and seen to be underta$en < on strictl% ob+ecti&e and legal criteriaA free of an% political considerations# (hether to initiate or sta% a criminal proceeding is not an issue of go&ernment polic%# 6his responsibilit% has been characteri@ed as a matter of the Attorne% =eneral acting as the QueenBs Attorne% < not as a Minister of the go&ernment of the da%# 6his is not to suggest that decisions regarding criminal prosecutions are made in a complete &acuum# A wide range of polic% considerations ma% be weighed in executing this responsibilit%A and the Attorne% =eneral ma% choose to consult the 9abinet on some of these considerations# )owe&er an% decisions relating to the conduct of indi&idual prosecutions must be the Attorne% =eneralBs alone and independent of the traditional 9abinet decision ma$ing process# *n practiceA in the &ast ma+orit% of casesA these decisions are made b% the Attorne% =eneralBs agentsA the 9rown Attorne%s# An important part of the 9rownBs < and thus the Attorne% =eneralBs < responsibilit% in conducting criminal prosecutions is associated with the responsibilit% to represent the public interest < which includes not onl% the communit% as a whole and the &ictimA but also the accused# 6he 9rown has a distinct responsibilit% to the court to present all the credible e&idence a&ailable#

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6he responsibilit% is to present the case fairl% < not necessaril% to con&ict# 6his is a fundamental precept of criminal lawA e&en if it is not a particularl% well<understood concept among the general public# 0ne of the Attorne% =eneralBs responsibilities in fostering public respect for the rule of lawA is to assist the public in understanding the nature and limits of the prosecutorial function# Dltimatel% the Attorne% =eneral is accountable to the people of the pro&inceA through the LegislatureA for decisions relating to criminal prosecutions# Fuch accountabilit% can onl% occurA of courseA once the prosecution is completed or when a final decision has been made not to prosecute# 6he sub +udicae rule bars an% comment on a matter before the courts that is li$el% to influence the matter# 6he sub +udicae rule strictl% prohibits the Attorne% =eneral from commenting on prosecutions that are before the courts# =i&en the stature of the Attorne% =eneralBs positionA an% public comment coming from the office would be seen as an attempt to influence the case# Although the Attorne% general can become in&ol&ed in decision<ma$ing in relation to indi&idual criminal casesA such a practice would lea&e the Minister &ulnerable to accusations of political interference# Accordingl%A it is traditional to lea&e the da%<to<da% decision<ma$ing in the hands of the Attorne% =eneralBs agentsA the 9rown Attorne%sA except in cases of exceptional importance where the public would expect the Attorne% =eneral to be briefed#

Legislative Responsibilities (s. 5(e) and (f))


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


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Responsibilit for Court !dministration (s. 5(c))


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