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AG: More Work Coming To Legal Aid

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The Government is making provisions to speed up the process in the legal system where cases can proceed.

In addition to creating specialised courts, Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi announced at the Technical Anti-Money Laundering Seminar on Wednesday that there will be more work for Legal Aid Attorneys.

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